Jacob SoltisClient Relationship Manager

areas of service
  • Policy Management
  • Client Service
  • Account Review Management
  • Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics
    • Minor in Business & Computer Science
  • Graceland University, Lamoni, IA

Jacob originally hails from Willow Grove, Pennsylvania where he grew up with his Mom, Dad and brother, Jared.  Jacob now resides in Lamoni, Iowa where he went to school for his undergraduate degree at Graceland University, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics with minors in business and computer science.

Jacob isn’t afraid to work hard and will work to the best of his ability to help clients understand their insurance through policy changes and service.

Jacob joins the Beacon Point team with a passion for helping people and solving problems.  His role on the team is Relationship Manager.  He will be the front line – answering your phone calls and questions and processing changes to your policies.  He has held leadership positions such as House President, Eagle Scout and track team captain that have encouraged self-growth, clear communication and working closely with people.  He isn’t afraid to work hard and says he will work to the best of his ability to help clients understand their insurance through policy changes.

Jacob describes himself as personable and understanding.  He has a calm demeanor paired with strong communication skills and a knack for being easy-going and relatable.  He loves to have a good time, laugh and just be present with those around him.  In his free time, Jacob’s favorite things are spending time with his family and friends, cooking, playing board games and video games.

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