Special Recognition

Posted on September 02, 2023 in: General News

Special Recognition

Special Recognition 

The Nowak Agency would like to recognize and congratulate our CLTC Certified Members! 

Tim Nowak; Jerome Pickett; Jason Bourget; Dennis O’Connell; Greg Helgerson; James Patz; Philp Limmex; Steve Rammer; Tim Dreger; of the Knights of Columbus Nowak Agency has been awarded a professional designation in the field of long-term care, Certified for Long-Term Care (CLTC).  The course of study is independent of the insurance industry and focuses on providing financial service professionals with the tools needed to help their clients plan for long-term care needs.

“It is our responsibility to help people understand the emotional, physical and financial consequences associated with providing or paying for care over an extended period of time. While I cannot offer tax or legal advice, I can assist my members and their families in understanding what resources and services they might need as they age and what options may be available to help pay for them,”

Tim Nowak, GA        920-810-6188               Neenah, WI

Jerome Pickett, AGA          906-282-7161               Kingsford, MI

Jason Bourget, AGA            715-644-5632               Stanley, WI

Dennis O’Connell         608-795-4287               Mazomanie, WI

Greg Helgerson       608-462-3372               Union Center, WI

James Patz                          920-264-8745               Green Bay, WI

Phil Limmex                    608-588-6261               Spring Green, WI

Steve Rammer              608-219-7461               Middleton, WI

Tim Dreger                          608-778-6841               Platteville, WI

The Knights of Columbus is the world’s largest Catholic fraternal benefit society, with more than 2 million members in more than a dozen countries. Founded by a priest to help provide financial aid to Catholic families, the Knights of Columbus also helps support a multitude of charitable causes. In the last decade, the Order has given more than $1.55 billion to charity.