J. CHRIS SEXTON

Phone: 316.788.5670
Email: chris.sexton@lpl.com

As an advocate of youth sports programs, Chris believes exposure to the concepts of teamwork, discipline, integrity and sportsmanship, in both success and failure, teaches us all how to become more responsible socially.

The Importance of Teamwork and Fundamentals

“In my mind this concept translates into every day life, and resounds with me as a coach, parent, and mentor in the communities where I live and work,” Chris said. “We cannot reach our goals, socially or financially, without understanding the fundamentals. Once we understand and accept that WE are on the same team in both our wins and our losses, our game plan becomes clear.”

Chris is active on multiple volunteer and appointed committees in the Derby community and has a true passion for youth programs. He is on the Board of Directors for both the Derby Recreation Commission and Derby Jr. Football, and has coached football and baseball for his son’s teams for a number of years

As an advisor in our newest branch, Chris works to maintain the “family” atmosphere in the Verus office, while specializing in IRA and 401(k) solution planning for small businesses.

“My mission is to help clients accumulate, preserve, grow, and gift their hard earned wealth,” Chris stated. He accomplishes this through thoughtful planning and developing strategies by customizing each plan to address the client’s individual needs.

“Through regular portfolio reviews, I monitor and adjust client strategies as appropriate to accommodate changes in their lifestyle, family, and career. My goal is to exceed service expectations while helping my clients work towards their objectives.”

Born and raised in Oklahoma, Chris is a graduate of Oklahoma City University as a Kappa Alpha alumnus. He enjoys outdoor activities including hunting, fishing, golf and OU football. Chris and his family, wife Tammy and son Brock, enjoy vacations together that typically include a sporting event such as bowl games, Spring Training in AZ, and the College World Series, as well as spending quality time with friends.

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