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Brian Walsh




Brian Walsh is a financial advisor with the Cunningham Financial Group. A graduate of Middle Tennessee State University (2009), Walsh has been with CFG since 2011 where he holds both insurance and securities licenses, offering a wide array of options to his clients.

On a personal note, Walsh is married to Kait and they have a two-year-old son and are expecting their second child in their growing family this November. The Walshes are deeply involved in their church and other service projects.

“A word we don’t hear often anymore is ‘steward,’ but I think it really describes who I am,” he said. “A steward is someone who has been entrusted with caring for the valuable possessions of someone else. Clients trust me with far more than just managing an investment account.

They trust me with their time, information, and their life plans. I have the honor of being the steward of some of their most valued possessions, and I’m thankful for that honor every day.”

Walsh enjoys his profession because it gives him the opportunity to solve problems.

“I get to meet new people all the time and help them solve the individual challenges that they are facing. Providing a plan, creating a unique solution and bringing clarity to a family’s life is extremely rewarding.”

Many people are surprised to learn that insurance can actually complement an investment portfolio, doing much more than simply managing risk. Many times, he says, business owners and investors think of insurance as a cost.“But it can be a valuable asset,” he said.

Walsh has served on the board of Murfreesboro Young Professionals, the BRAA and the MTSU Alumni Board of Directors. Outside of church and community service, he and his family enjoy spending time with each other.

“We love to stay active and we love the outdoors,” he said. “Golf, exercise, the lake, MTSU and Clemson (Kait’s alma mater) football games, and spending time with friends are some of our favorite activities.”

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