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Financial adviser Jeff Glenn combines investing with faith

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Jeff Glenn at a glance

Age: 49.

Residence: Lodi. Lived in Glendale until age 10; returned to Southern California for six or seven years until returning to Lodi in the early 1990s.

Education: Graduated from Lodi High School in 1982; business administration degree from Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Wash.; master’s degree in theology from a Chicago seminary in 1999.

Career: Financial adviser for Thrivent Financial in Lodi; previously a manufacturer’s representative in Southern California and owned Doors Plus on Lockeford Street.

Family: Wife of 12 years, Kristy Kirchner, a certified fraud examiner; children, Hannah, a Lodi High senior, and Robby, a sixth-grader at St. Peter Lutheran School.

— Source: Jeff Glenn

Posted: Thursday, September 5, 2013 12:00 am

A Lodi financial associate gives advice on how to invest money, but he does it with a twist — he uses a Christian perspective. Jeff Glenn, who has lived most of his life in Lodi, works for an organization called Thrivent Financial for Lutherans, a member-based organization. It’s based on the philosophy that their clients’ Christian values are consistent with his company’s values.

“I’m not any different than the guy at Edward Jones or Met Life,” Glenn said.

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