Roger Strege, CES™
Roger is passionate about helping others---especially those who are most vulnerable---prepare for retirement. He helps individuals make prudent financial decisions to assist in the accumulation and preservation of their retirement assets. Roger skillfully analyzes clients' information and prepares plans suited to meet each clients' individual needs.
Roger specializes in assisting persons with disabilities and their families in identifying and resolving their unique life and estate planning issues. He helps them protect their government benefits, prepare appropriate wills, establish Supplemental and Special Needs Trusts, avoid family conflict, manage their family funds, and reduce professional costs.
He is an active volunteer in the community. Roger is the founder of Autism Allies, a nonprofit dedicated to serving children and families with autism. He has served on the Board of Directors for ARC United, a nonprofit helping people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. He has held several leadership positions at his church, including Vice President, Evangelism Chairman, Head Elder and Church Council member.
Roger and his wife Suzanne live in Buffalo. They have two adult children; their youngest daughter has autism. In his free time, Roger enjoys hiking, biking, travelling with his family, riding motorcycle, attending Minnesota Twins games and collecting baseball and music memorabilia.