GENERAL AGENT: JOHN STACKOWICZ , FICF, CLU, LUTCF

 

John Stackowicz has served as general agent for the northern third of Indiana since 1984. Prior to being promoted to general agent, John served the Order as a field agent in northern Illinois since 1973. John attended the University of Wisconsin, John has been a member of the Knights of Columbus since age 18 and is a current member of the St Jude Council 1043 in Elkhart, IN. John has served as membership chairman and has been on the council's first degree team. John is the past president of the Indiana Fraternal Insurance Counselors, the local General Agents & Managers Association (GAMA) and the local branch of the National Association of Insurance & Financial Advisors (NAIFA). He has served on the regional board of GAMA international, and is a charter board member of the Penn Harris Madison educational foundation. John has attained the professional designations of Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU), Fraternal Insurance Counselor-Fellow (FICF), Life Underwriter Training Council-Fellow (LUTCF) and Financial Services Specialist (FSS). John was also awarded the Herbert L. Cramer, Sr. Award by the local NAIFA for being the top Insurance and Financial Advisor of the Year in 2007. John is also a member of the Supreme Knights Club of the Knights of Columbus which include the top General Agents in the Order. John and his wife Millie have raised five children, four of whom are Knights of Columbus members as well as 1 of them being a field agent for the Knights of Columbus. They also have 7 grand daughters. "The mission of the Stackowicz Agency is to provide competent, caring, knowledgeable representatives to serve the members and families in Northern Indiana,". "I will provide the highest level of professional training, enabling our agents to help their councils achieve their goals and provide our members with sound financial advise". The agency goal is to make every client very happy every day. John and the agents in his agency are committed to meeting the financial planning and protection needs of their members and families.

 
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