Investment planning, risk management, budgeting, tax planning and the list goes on and on. Where do you begin?
Who can you trust? How do you know that your best interests are being looked after? How can you be sure that you’re getting the right coverage? Overwhelming? More questions than answers…possibly, but it does not have to be. Brian Evans understands.
Brian J. Evans Financial Services has been helping families since 1965. Brian has been sitting down with families and individuals like yourself to work through the maze of options available and to help make sure that your needs are being properly addresssed in an easy to understand and comfortable way.
Brian’s expertise ensures that your policy or portfolio fits you properly and is flexible enough to accommodate your lifestyle today and tomorrow. No high pressured sales tactics, no unwanted solicitations, just solid advice available when you need it.
Hopefully this brief introduction will answer some of your questions and possibly prompt a few new ones. If you have any questions you can reach our friendly staff during regular business hours at 905.852.3184 or via email at email@example.com.
Olive M. Evans
(Co-Founder – Evans Financial Services)
June 14, 1932 – October 16, 2018
How do you put 86 years of life into words? Olive M. Evans, wife of W. Laurence Evans (deceased) is survived by her children Larry & Janice Evans; Joan & Dwight Wideman; Brian & Luanne Evans; Nancy & Darcy Wallace; Susan & Harold Kloosterman; Margaret & Tej Minhas; Mary & Tim Dickau; and Linda & Greg Jaster. Olive thoroughly enjoyed her 34 grandchildren and their spouses, and 36 great-granchildren (and counting).
W. Laurence Evans
(Founder – Evans Financial Services & father to Brian J. Evans)
July 10, 1929 to March 6, 2012
Laurence, born July 10, 1929, was the eldest child of Wilfred and Gladys Evans (both deceased) and was born and raised on their family farm on Marsh Hill Road in Epsom. Laurence was married to Olive (nee Wilson) in May of 1951 and together they raised 8 children in Uxbridge, Larry (Janice), Joan (Dwight Wideman), Brian (Luanne), Nancy (Darcy Wallace), Susan (Harold Kloosterman), Margaret (Tej Minhas), Mary (Rev. Tim Dickau) and Linda (Greg Jaster). The family continued to grow with 34 Grandchildren and now 7 GreatGrandchildren.