Rob Wolf is an owner and partner of Hartwell & Wolf. He earned a degree in Finance from Western Michigan University. Upon graduation he contemplated going into banking. However, he took an Insurance course and loved it. So, he began his career at Prudential in 1995 as a registered representative of insurance and financial products and services, where he received ‘Rookie of the Year award’. In 2002 he became an owner of Hartwell & Wolf.
Rob currently holds security licenses 6, 7, 63, and 65. These licenses allow Rob to bring his clients many of the latest cutting edge financial products and services, which allows him to help his clients work toward their financial planning goals. In addition to securities, Rob is well versed in insurance planning, which allows him to put together protection strategies to help his clients grow and protect their wealth. He focuses on working with those at or near retirement, guiding them through the transition process so that their paycheck is recreated in such a way that they can never out live. Rob also belongs to the prestigious Ed Slott Elite Advisory Group* and is ready to help you with all of your IRA and retirement questions.
If you’ve ever had the honor of meeting Rob, you know he’s passionate about what he does. He truly enjoys working with people. He believes it to be a high honor that people trust him with the most important aspects of their lives. He undoubtedly enjoys the planning process and genuinely cares about his clients and strives to help them reach their goals.
- You will never meet a bigger Chicago Cubs fan than Rob, we promise!
- It is no secret that Rob has a serious case of wanderlust. He has done a lot of traveling and has traveled to some amazing places. He still wishes to visit Australia and New Zealand.
- Rob has been married to wife, Lisa. They have one daughter, Sara.
- Rob completed his first half marathon in November 2015
- He can quickly recite all 50 states in alphabetical order. Ask him!
*Being a member of Ed Slott's Elite Advisory Group does not imply a certain level of skill.