Carmel Valley resident named to local MS Society Board of Trustees

Justin Reckers

Justin Reckers, CFP®, CDFATM, AIF®, director of financial planning at Pacific Wealth Management®, has been named a trustee of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s Pacific South Coast Chapter.

“I’m honored to have been selected to serve on the board,” Reckers said. “I join a number of very dedicated people and thousands of volunteers working hard in their support of an organization that benefits over 45,000 people affected by multiple sclerosis in San Diego, Orange and Imperial counties. My family has been living with multiple sclerosis since 1999 when my twin brother was diagnosed. I was personally diagnosed in 2009 and felt I needed to ‘Keep Moving’ by escalating my involvement with the MS Society beyond my annual MS Walk team. Joining the board of trustees for the Pacific South Coast Chapter was the next step for me.”

Pacific Wealth Management is a Del Mar-based independent wealth management firm providing investment management and financial planning services to individuals, families, corporations and foundations.

Pacific Wealth Management was founded in 1998 by James Kuntz, CIMA®, and Mark Hill CFP®, CDFATM, to help high-net worth individuals, families, corporations and foundations preserve and grow wealth. The firm utilizes Proactive Asset Management, a proprietary asset management system in which risks are continuously evaluated and assets are actively managed to achieve optimum results. This model has benefitted clients even during the last decade’s most tumultuous market situations.

Pacific Wealth Management advisors have access to a wider variety of asset classes and a limitless supply of unbiased research – two features unavailable at a typical large firm. www.pacwealth.com.

Reckers is also a managing director of Pacific Divorce Management, an affiliated company providing financial planning and expert analysis services to individuals, couples and attorneys navigating divorce. www.pacdivorce.com.

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