C David Billingsley
David came to Michigan by marriage in 1993. He has two boys and three girls. For 27 years has directed several Choral groups and local community theatre programs for youth. He is also on the board of directors for a non-profit in Dearborn that helps refugees make a successful transition into America. He started working in the Financial industry in 1996 at a very large company in Lansing. He was responsible for assessing risk in current and new accounts and taking steps to make them profitable. He served on counsel to provide feedback to new risk management development development strategies, including filing of regulations with the State of Michigan, In 2007 he saw a great need for helping individuals who were nearing retirement and or in retirement when he saw the negative effects realized on his parents and grandparents when one was retiring and the other passed away. This led him to realize that many people did not realize how much of their money was at risk and how there is a lot more at stake in retirement then just trying to maintain a healthy return on your investments. He takes great effort to make recommendations that are in your best interest. He has developed a proven system to help reveal vulnerabilities in your current plan and make recommendations that are in your best interest. His moto for years has been “Peace of mind… one client at a time”.
Colleen is the Administrative Assistant for The Binnacle Group and has been a part of the team for the last 4 years. Colleen has over 40 years of office experience and has worked in Dallas, San Francisco and New York City throughout her career. Previously, she worked on a political campaign in her District, was an administrative assistant in HR for General Dynamics, worked in Telecom for Wayne County, The Detroit Medical Center, the assistant to the President of the Off-Highway Division at Rockwell International and an office administrator for Northern Telecom. Colleen graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a degree in Recreation and Special Education. Colleen is an avid reader, enjoys power walks and working with the elderly. She has a son and daughter in-law who live in Indianapolis.