Jayme Summers enjoys getting to know each client’s story and meeting their families. She is a great listener, detailed oriented, and always happy to find a solution for clients. Jayme earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration- Management from King University. Previously, she worked as a designer and turf management consultant for a local landscaping business. Her passion for design has translated well into working alongside Jimmy Munsey, AAMS® as he helps clients practice smart money management through financial planning and investment management.
Jayme and her husband have two young children. When not at the office, she is spending quality time with them!
Jayme is a huge small business advocate – shopping local as much as she can. She and her husband lead a small group within their church at Cedar Grove Baptist Church. One of her personal financial goals is to be able to travel often. She says, “My family and I love to travel. We take a trip a month, usually, visiting friends and family around the country.”
“Adventure is worthwhile.” -Aesop
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