Kevin Wade is a Lead Financial Advisor at Centennial Advisors, with offices in Georgetown, Salado and Austin. He has been with Centennial Advisors for 7 years, since moving down from Kansas. Kevin’s role with Centennial Advisors, LLC is to create and implement a personalized financial plan for each client. Kevin believes every client has different goals and needs, and by understanding the relationship between those individual client needs and industry trends, he is able to develop a financial plan that is tailored to his clients’ specific goals. Kevin Specializes in comprehensive income and investment planning to help each client reach their goals in retirement.
Kevin holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Management from Manhattan Christian College. He has passed the Series 65 securities exam and has a Texas insurance license.
Kevin and his wife, Amy, an employee of Salado Middle School, have been married for 25-plus years and have two daughters. One is a junior at Auburn University, majoring in animal science with a minor in coastal management. The other, a junior at Salado High School, plays varsity volleyball and basketball and is preparing for college. Native Kansans, they love all that the Central Texas area has to offer. Kevin enjoys golfing, fishing, coaching and, watching his girls play sports, as well as spending quality time with his wife by enjoying concerts, festivals and all the activities of Central Texas. When he is not spending time with family, Kevin is also a certified official for high school football, officiating games across Central Texas enjoying the Friday Night Lights.
- Family is Important to me; I want to value and treat my clients like they are family. I wake up every day to provide for my family, and I want to build financial plans so my clients can wake up with confidence every day that they can provide for who and what is important to them.
- My dad died over 20 years ago, leaving my mom a widow as she was approaching retirement. I saw back then how important a strong financial plan needs to be, and I want to provide that for my clients.
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