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Wall Street Financial Group
Zach Gray is an Investment Adviser Representative and partner at Wall Street Financial Group. He holds Series 6, 63 and 65 securities registrations as well as property/casualty and life/health insurance licenses in Illinois, Indiana and Missouri. He recently earned his Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor designation from the College of Financial Planning. Gray received a bachelor's degree in education from the University of Illinois, where he played football for the Fighting Illini, and now resides in rural Illinois with his wife, Jenna, and daughter, Roh.
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