Samuel Lee, JD, CLU, ChFC, AEP
Sam Lee is an Investment Advisor Representative and a third generation member of the financial services industry. He began his business career as an attorney in Dallas, Texas, followed by a couple of years in Aspen, Colorado as a ski bum and as the General Council for a real estate property management company. Returning to Texas, he began his career in the financial services business as an insurance agent for Southwestern Life Insurance Company. This was followed by many years as an independent insurance agent with extensive experience in all phases of the financial services market including serving as an Advanced Market Attorney for Manulife Financial and an Insurance Specialist for both Merrill Lynch and JP Morgan Chase. His area of specialty is in providing protection products and services as the solution to the needs of high net-worth individuals, families and business owners.
Sam is highly active within the financial services community having served as President of the Society of Financial Service Professionals, a three-term member of the Board of Directors of the Dallas Estate Planning Council and served on the Planned Giving Council for both the Presbyterian Hospital Foundation and currently, the Parkland Hospital Foundation.
Sam’s educational background includes a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree with a double major in Insurance and Finance from The University of Texas and a Juris Doctor (J.D.) law degree from the University of Houston, Bates College of Law. He holds financial service licenses Series 6, 7, 63 & 65 in addition to having an Insurance Counselor’s license and a Viatical and Life Settlement Broker’s license from the State of Texas.
Sam and his wife Joni have four sons and six grandchildren spread across the map from California to Texas to New York. His hobbies include playing tennis at T Bar M Racquet Club, fly fishing, snow skiing and outdoor photography. Sam and Joni are members of the Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church.
Note: Sam is highly active in his business and has no intention of retiring.