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Our Mission

Our Mission

My Passion to help Active Duty Military, Vets and families of Military servicemen started while I was serving in two Iraq wars.

When one hears the call to serve our country in our military divisions, you step forth knowing you will be laying all on the line to defend freedom, rights and privileges granted to us as American Citizens. Those rights and privileges are not free. There is always a price involved.

The commitment to serve takes courage, honor, loyalty, true grit, determination, attention to details, and the willingness to go above and beyond in every circumstance.  Why? Those called to the Military are ‘wired’ with a heart to serve for the greater good of those around us. Men and women of our American Military serve with a purpose to do the best for our mission at hand.

When we leave active duty military service, that drive, dedication and desire to serve others. We seek out a way to continue serving others with a purpose that has honor, dedication and commitment. It is inherent in our thinking and way of living.

When I started Premiere Financial, I knew I had found a way to continue to serve both our fallen hero’s in the military, but also families of active duty, reserve and veterans.

Our Mission now lies on two fronts:

1. To help increase the awareness and financial support of the Non-Profit “Our Fallen Soldier”

2. To help local San Diegan’s who are currently in the military, have family in service or veterans.

Our Fallen Soldier Non-Profit
The Military will ask men and women, young and old, married or single to put it all on the line and to be willing to do things like: 8-12 month deployments, being away from your family, and even the ultimate sacrifice of life for our country’s freedom.My wife’s brother lost his life in the Iraq war. He was just a kid, only 24 years ole. His name was Sgt. Kyle Colnot . To honor him and acknowledge the ultimate sacrifice he gave to his country, we decided to keep his memory alive and start free memorial pages at www.ourfallensoldier.com.

This site, and now 501C-3 non-profit organization, was a heart felt gesture we could do to help stay connected to helping the local Military at Camp Pendleton. You can learn more about Sgt. Colnot here.  

Please share this site with friends, family and loved ones you know who have been effected by a loss of a serviceman or servicewoman. If your heart is to serve those who have been effected by the tragedy of war, you can donate at this site too.

Helping Active Duty, Reserve and Veteran Military with VA Home loans

My day to day mission is to help make sure that Military using the VA home loan program get the best Rate and Terms on the market.

With over 19 years in lending, I developed a process that helps ensure that our Military clients receive the best loan for them with the absolute best rates. The reason for the dedication: to keep the loan affordable for many years to come. Being able to make the lending process simpler and provide peace of mind long term to the family is the best way I can serve today.

In some cases we are able to Credit up to $5,000-$7,000 to pay all of the closing costs on your VA Loan. When the loan closes, we also are able to give the initial deposit back at closing. On top of that, we are able to structure the VA Loan so that once you (the Buyer) moves into the house, you will not have a payment for 30 days as well.

I want to make the home buying process as simple as possible. Our military men and women work hard and lay it all on the line. I bring to the table those same core values in all I do in order to continue to serve and help others enjoy the special freedom of home ownership we have in this country.



090424-N-3271W-021 VAN METER, Iowa (April 24, 2009) More than 500 veterans who escorted the unclaimed remains of seven Iowa veterans to their final resting place at the Iowa Veterans Cemetery line the procession route with American flags after providing a motorcycle escort for the remains. The ceremony coincided with Des Moines Navy Week, one of 22 Navy Weeks planned across America in 2009. Navy Weeks are designed to show Americans the investment they have made in their Navy and increase awareness in cities that do not have a significant Navy presence. (U.S. Navy photo by Senior Chief Mass Communication Specialist Gary Ward/Released)


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