Jack Cingel brings over 40 years of financial services industry experience to individuals, families and business owners seeking greater insight and clarity in the financial and investment planning process. For more than three decades, he has specialized in developing investment strategies tailored to his clients' needs in the areas of retirement planning, wealth accumulation and business planning.
Jack has managed multiple generations of his clients' wealth, helping them weather numerous market and economic cycles. As the financial marketplace becomes increasingly complex and volatile, his goal remains straightforward: to provide the best possible, personalized advice and financial products suited to each client's needs.
Jack graduated from John Carroll University in 1958 with a Bachelor of Social Sciences degree and received his officer's commission. He served a total of eight years in the U.S. Army and Army Reserve where he attained the rank of Captain.
He began his financial services career at Allstate Insurance Company where he participated in the company's management training program and enjoyed a successful career as a multi-line agent. In 1968, he was recruited by Central National Bank as a business development trust officer, assisting bank customers and their attorneys in formulating their personal estate plans. He left the bank in 1976 to work with executives, professionals, and small business owners in developing and implementing their business and personal financial plans.
In 1994, Jack earned the advanced industry designation of Chartered Life Underwriter® from The American College. The designation is reserved for individuals who have completed an advanced curriculum focusing on insurance, investment, taxation, employee benefits, estate planning, accounting, management and economics. Over the course of his career, he has received numerous professional awards and honors, including Mass Mutual Man of the Year in 1993 based on production, American Funds: All American Team for 10 years (1993-2003) based on commitment to clients; and LPL Financial Client Service Awards in 2005, 2006, and 2007 based on production. He joined the Tyler-Stone Group in 2004 as a Registered Representative with LPL Financial where he holds his FINRA Series 6, 22 and 63 securities registrations.
Jack is an active member of the Financial Services Institute and is a member of the John Carroll University - Magis Advisory Committee. He previously served on the planned giving committees for the American Red Cross, American Heart Association and Benedictine High School.
Jack and his wife, Mary Margaret, reside in University Heights, OH. They are the proud parents of eight grown children: Maureen, Sheila, Patrick, Peggy, Brian, Jimmy, Katie and Colleen. Jack enjoys time spent with family and playing golf, and is a lifelong baseball fan.