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Richard A. Fortune, LUTCF: Hall of Fame Inductee 2014

Congratulations to Richard A. Fortune, a Senior Financial Services Representative, Financial Advisor, and Investment Advisor Representative with the Fortune Wealth Financial Group, LLC on his induction into the MetLife Hall of Fame in 2014!

The Hall of Fame is reserved for individuals whose superior leadership, integrity, and commitment to excellence have distinguished them as outstanding role models among their peers. Hall of Fame members have dedicated their careers to building lasting relationships with their clients by always providing the best possible holistic solutions to meet their financial needs.

In addition to this prestigious career milestone, Richard has been recognized for an unwavering commitment to serving his clients. He has earned numerous qualifications for conferences, including MassMutual Leader's Qualifier 2017, MetLife Chairman’s Council Producer Qualifier for 13 years (2003-2016), and MetLife Presidents' Conference Qualifier for 11 years (2005-2016). Only those who meet all of the demanding criteria for a recognition conference can qualify, and it is a testament to Richard's dedication and perseverance to have earned these honors so many times.

Richard is committed to professional lifelong learning and to staying educated on the most current information in the financial services industry. Not only does he hold a Bachelor's Degree in Economics and Finance from Fairleigh Dickinson University, he has distinguished himself from many of his industry peers by attaining the Life Underwriting Training Council Fellow (LUTCF), Series 63, and Series 6 Securities Registrations from The American College.

Richard is active in his community, including coaching for children's sports teams, and member of the board for The Center for Great Expectations. Richard lives in Branchburg, NJ, with his wife Kris and children, Dana, Melanie, and Brett.

Richard is a credit to the industry, an advocate for his clients, and a leader in his community, and we take great pride in saluting Richard as a member of the Hall of Fame.