Kyle J Luebeck
As a founder of a fiduciary advisory firm, Kyle believes the definition of success with clients is a thorough understanding of clients’ goals and objectives, and clear and effective communication within the client relationships. Grateful for each client, he strives to provide a personal and proactive plan that allows clients to feel confident in their path and comfortable in the relationship.
Kyle moved to Apple Valley, MN after obtaining his degree from Winona State University. He studied Economics at St. Olaf College and Business Administration at Winona State University. From there, Kyle started his career in financial services in late 2010. He currently holds FINRA 6, 63, and 65 licenses, as well as Life, Accident & Health insurance licenses. He has been published in Chiropractic Economics, holds his FSCP designation, achieved Court of Honor MDRT, and is a candidate for a CFP® designation.
Spending time with his wife Amanda, daughter Keira, and his son Deklan is his motivation every morning. In Kyle’s spare time, he enjoys woodworking, traveling to new places, and cooking for friends and family.
Daniel K Geisler
Before becoming a founder of Luebeck Geisler Hamm Wealth Management, Dan spent 10 years working at several large brokerage firms where he was responsible for a practice of over $500 million in assets. Over the years he has garnered a bulldogged reputation for always taking care of his clients and their families. He holds FINRA Series 7, 63, and 66 licenses in addition to being a candidate for the CFP® designation.
Dan graduated from Winona State University with degrees in Finance and Business. He was a sitting member of the College of Business Student Advisory Board and played an active role in helping the university become accredited. He also served as Vice President of the Financial Management Association. As an athlete, he spent many early mornings on the water with the WSU Rowing Team.
Outside of the office, Dan enjoys rowing, scuba diving, and spending time with friends and family. He lives in Bloomington, MN with his wife Amanda.
Brian J Hamm
Before becoming a founder of Luebeck Geisler Hamm Wealth Management, Brian cultivated a successful wealth management practice, relying on his client-focused approach and intense goal-orientation. He holds FINRA Series 6, 63, and 65 securities licenses as well as his Life and Health license.
Brian attended Slinger, WI High School, graduating with honors and serving as captain of the football team. He attended Carroll University where he played football, was the treasurer of APICS, and graduated with honors. After graduation, Brian immediately entered the financial services industry, in which he has served clients for over 10 years. He holds FINRA Series 6, 63, and 65 licenses as well as his Life and Health insurance licenses.
Brian is happily married to his wife, Tia. When not working they enjoy traveling, entertaining friends and family, and spending time with their chocolate lab Hunter. They enjoy their summers boating on Big Cedar Lake. Brian is also an avid hunter and enjoys fishing.
Todd O Loudenslager
Todd serves as the Managing Director of Luebeck Geisler Hamm Wealth Management. He has held positions of leadership serving others for over 40 years as a military officer, manufacturing manager, small businessman, bank executive, and community servant.
Todd is a West Point graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering, and holds an MBA from the Olin School of Business in St Louis and a post-MBA certificate from the Kellogg School of Management in Evanston, IL. He entered the wealth advisory profession in early 2016, to continue his passion for service to others. He holds FINRA Series 6, 63, and 65 licenses, as well as Life and Health insurance licenses and a Certified Retirement Counselor designation.
Todd has lived in Eden Prairie, MN with his wife Maggie for over 25 years. Together they raised two children; daughter Katherine is a film and video producer in Richfield, MN, and son Thomas is a captain in the US Army, currently working to earn his green beret.