George Bryce, CLU, ChFC, CRPC® has worked with Wyoming employers and their employees since 1971 specializing in benefit design, implementation and integration of these programs with personal planning for long term financial security. Having earned the Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU) designation in 1975 helped with life insurance, estate, and tax reduction strategies. Having earned the Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC) designation in 1983 helped with investment diversification, asset allocation, and lifetime distribution concepts. Having earned the Certified Retirement Planning Consultant (CRPC®) from the College of Financial Planning in 2008 has helped George position baby boomers towards a secure retirement plan they cannot outlive.
As George’s clients successfully grew, so did his practice. He and his business partners serve corporate clients from Boise, Idaho to Austin, Texas; from Rapid City, South Dakota to Montrose, Colorado; and individuals in several states beyond. His portable office sets up camp at sawmills, banks, mining operations, construction sites, medical clinics, oil and gas rigs, warehouses, golf courses, fishing streams, and winters in southwest Florida.
After graduating from Denison University in Ohio and after a Vietnam Tour as an Avionics officer, George returned to Lincoln National Life Insurance in Fort Wayne, Indiana. He met and married Linda before transferring to Denver as a Regional Group and Pension Manager. Wyoming was part of his territory. He escaped management to become an agent and work more directly with clients. They moved to Casper in 1976.
Giving back to the community is important. George and Linda have worked with the Nicolaysen Art Museum, The McMurry Foundation, Casper College Foundation, Rotary Club of Casper, Wyoming Women’s Foundation, Wyoming Community Foundation, First United Methodist Church, Casper Sculpture Collection, Wyoming Business Coalition in Health, Wyoming Business Alliance, Wyoming Healthcare Commissions for 3 governors, and many industry groups.
Four hardworking children plus two wonderful daughters-in-law and a new grandson complete the family tree which extends to New Jersey, Boston, Napa, and youngest son Kendall has returned from Bozeman to Casper to join LFA-Wyoming.
It’s a great life, enjoy!