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Over a 45-year career, Mr. Reha has helped many individuals, families, and small business owners with successful personal financial planning.
A graduate of the University of Phoenix, Mr. Reha holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in management. He has also completed his Advanced Certification in Financial Planning at Metropolitan College in Denver, Colorado; holds an Advanced Certification in Professional Management from Purdue University, and is a Graduate of the Decker School of Communication. He holds the Securities Series 65 license and is also a licensed life insurance agent.
Mr. Reha is a past member of the Board of Directors for the Boys and Girls Club of Lincoln. Mr. Reha and his wife Diane live in Lincoln, Nebraska. They are the parents of five grown sons and the proud grandparents to twelve grand-children. Mr. Reha was born and raised in rural Iowa.
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