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Earl Henderson

Earl Henderson

Financial Professional

Earl began his financial services career as a financial representative with Prudential Financial more than 10-years ago where he collaborated with individuals, families, and businesses on strategies to grow and protect their wealth. Prior to his transition into financial services, Earl served honorably as a United States Marine and had a successful career with SBC where he was a customer service manager for Government, Education, and Medical (GEM) accounts.

As a financial professional, Earl specializes in four key areas of insurance and financial services: Wealth Accumulation, College Planning Strategies and Funding, Retirement Strategies and Funding, and Business Succession and Continuation. Earl’s wholistic approach to wealth accumulation helps provide his families and business owners with an unparalleled advantage from the traditional model of financial strategies. With his diverse background in customer service, each of his clients benefit from a process specifically tailored to accomplish their unique financial goals and desires.

In addition to his daily responsibilities as a financial professional, Earl has a personal mission to serve his community by educating and enlightening individuals and families about the world of money and finances via financial workshops and private consultations.

Earl is a Chicago native having been born and raised on the South Side of Chicago and attended Lindblom Technical H.S. He and his wife Debra have been happily married for more than 20-years and have 4-children and 8-grandchildren. Earl and Debra enjoy attending Marist Catholic H.S. football games and watching their youngest son Joshua performing with the drumline in the Marist Marching band. Earl enjoys outdoor cooking and grilling with his family and friends.

Financial Representative of The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America® (Guardian), New York, NY. Hunken Ewing Financial Group is not an affiliate or subsidiary of Guardian. 2021-128719 (Exp. 10/23)