Darren is passionate about helping families plan for the future. In his primary role with Tucker, Darren serves as a Retirement Income Architect, working with individual families to help their wealth stand the tests of time. Darren’s clients have optimized their portfolios to maximize growth opportunities, solidify income sources, balance cost with opportunity and mitigate their tax burden.
In working with Darren, a retiree or pre-retiree will eliminate or mitigate dozens of risks that could delay or diminish their retirement. To address some parents’ biggest retirement risk, Darren founded Tucker College Solutions in 2013 to help families navigate the path from College Readiness to Retirement Readiness and carefully plan for the rising cost of educating their children.
Tucker College Solutions is a team of college advisors who have helped hundreds of families select the right college, secure scholarships and meet critical deadlines throughout this transition. Parents and Grandparents who hope for their children or grandchildren go to college, with little or no debt, appreciate the value that Tucker College Solutions can provide. Along with his father-in-law, Karlan Tucker, Darren is a full-service financial fiduciary with a passion for helping families protect and grow what they value most.
Darren and his wife, Sierrah, live in Littleton with their daughter and enjoy traveling, photography, outdoor activities, and volunteering at their church
Chuck began his career with 3M Company as a college recruit in 1965. In 1985, following a rewarding twenty years with 3M and A.M. International, he took early retirement and an opportunity to serve as business administrator for a non-profit ministry.
During the next eight years, Chuck began to develop a heart for retirement-related issues, and in 1994, he joined Tucker Financial Solutions (formerly Karlan Tucker & Associates) as a retirement specialist. Chuck and his college sweetheart Becky are fortunate to have three children—all happily married. David, their oldest son, is senior pastor of a church near Nashville, Tennessee. Mike is a family practice physician in Lakewood, Colorado. Shayann is a registered nurse and homemaker. And, almost best of all, Becky and Chuck are now grandma and grandpa ten times over.
Beginning with his own three children, his constituents, and extending now to clients, much of the personal satisfaction Brad has experienced in life has come from seeing good planning come to fruition in the lives of those around him. Brad has learned that good stewardship principles work for anyone who will employ them. Brad and his wife, Priscilla, enjoy seeing their children get established in their own families and careers. Brandon and his wife Michelle live in Cleveland, OH. Brooke and her husband Adam live in Kansas City, MO. Brett is in graduate school in Greenville, SC. International traveling is one of Brad’s favorite pastimes; he has had the good fortune to have been able to visit many countries on all of the continents.
Debbie is the Executive Assistant to the Director of Client Relations. She assists with Client and Advisor Relations by scheduling and coordinating appointments while maintaining correspondence and reports to ensure a professional relationship with our clients. She is passionate about providing excellent customer service in the best interest of supporting our clients and the Sales Team as needed.
Jaclynn is the Office Manager for Tucker Financial Solutions and her friendly voice will greet you when you call the office. She oversees office operations and procedures to ensure that the office runs efficiently in a smooth and seamless manner. Her organizational skills, independent thinking, and attention to detail are essential to the success of her position. You will find your calls being answered, addressed, and directed in a prompt and professional manner. Jaclynn has been a dedicated staff member for 5 years and feels very fortunate to be part of the success and future of the company.
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