Jeffory L. Stukey, MBA


Jeff has over 30 years of business experience. He ran his own consulting firm for eight years and was financial manager of another organization for five years. Along the way, he did information technology consulting for companies including Cargill Meat Solutions, Preferred Health Systems and USF Dugan Trucking. He has taught business courses at Emporia State, Truman State and Wichita State Universities. He was on the faculty of the WSU Professional Financial Program for two years where he taught the “Employee Benefits, Retirement and Ethics” class, which is part of the course requirements to become a Certified Financial Planner – CFP practitioner.

Jeff earned his MBA degree from Emporia State University. He completed the Certified Financial Planner Professional Education Program through the College for Financial Planning in 2006; the institution has been a leading provider of financial services education since 1972. He became a Certified Financial Planner – CFP™ professional in 2009.

Along with his wife Margaret, Jeff lives in Wichita, Kansas. They have three grown children; two daughters and one son. Jeff is an avid reader, especially of history, and loves to walk, bike, swim and garden. He is a member of a local church where he is involved with the Life Group Ministry.

Jeff founded Wichita Wealth Management to address the growing need for wealth management and financial planning services that are focused on the client's needs instead of on product sales.

“Some time ago, before I became a financial advisor, I was concerned about my own retirement funding. As I searched for help, I discovered that most of the financial advisors I met with were primarily product salesmen. As I talked with friends and relatives, I realized that I was not alone in my need for a fiduciary, fee-only, financial advisor; someone who would put my interests first, without conflicts of interest. As part of a five-year process, this experience prompted me to get the necessary training, licenses and registrations to become a fiduciary, fee-only, financial advisor.”

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