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‘Tis the Season to be Giving

 

December 21, 2018

 

With the holiday season in full swing J Singleton Financial wanted to spread some holiday cheer to the residents and families at Jackson’s local nonprofit, Community Safety Network. CSN supports lasting change in the lives of those affected by domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking.

We asked the residents to compile a list of their Christmas wishes and we checked it twice! The JSF team spent one afternoon wrapping the presents with some of us learning to wrap for the first time. Another afternoon was spent as Santa’s elves delivering everything to Andy Cavallaro and the rest of the CSN staff.

The JSF Team is so grateful to be given the opportunity to collaborate with everyone at Community Safety Network and will cherish this memory. We hope we were able to brighten the holiday season for those currently residing at CSN the way they were able to brighten ours!

 

Sincerely,

The JSF Team

 

Raymond James is not affiliated and does not endorse the Community Safety Network.

JSF 10th Anniversary

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July 7, 2018

In researching 10th anniversary gifts I came across an article that explained the traditional anniversary gift is tin, or aluminum… That just didn’t seem to fit so I read a bit further and saw that the modern day gift is diamonds. That struck a chord with me, being that I feel like – on the 10th anniversary of J SINGLETON FINANCIAL – I am surrounded by a group of diamonds. Colleagues and clients alike.

This past week JSF celebrated 10 years with a company gathering in my back yard. It seems like yesterday that I packed everything up at the Jackson State Bank and walked across the street to open my own practice. I feel blessed not only by a great staff but also by all of the wonderful clients that I have had the pleasure of working with – some for over 20 years! On this anniversary I say thank you to everyone who has helped make J SINGLETON FINANCIAL the practice it is today. Thank you for putting your trust with us, and I look forward to seeing what the next 10 years hold.

Sincerely,
Judy