Aaron Barnett is the regional vice president of Summit Financial Group and the president of SumCo Benefit Services. In these roles, he relishes every opportunity to assemble
Aaron Barnett is the regional vice president of Summit Financial Group and the president of SumCo Benefit Services. In these roles, he relishes every opportunity to assemble teams throughout the Summit family, developing solutions for his clients. One of Aaron’s greatest responsibilities comes in the form of business development – assessing and prioritizing a client’s needs.
Aaron is licensed to provide his clients with investment products, as well as Life, Accident and Health Insurance. Prior to joining Summit in 2008, Aaron gained valuable experience working in a managing and producing role with JP Morgan Chase Bank. He is a member of the Dallas Association of Health Underwriters, the Texas Association of Business, Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), DallasHR, GAMA, National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA) and Leadership and Management Program (LAMP).
Coming from a small town in Texas with a population around 400 people, Aaron grew up learning the importance of strong relationships and helping people in need. He has a love for hunting and sports, which has instilled strong discipline and responsibility characteristics in him. Aaron's uses lessons learned as a sportsman and turned them into his business life to become the consummate relationship manager.
Aaron also leans on his experiences and the challenges he faced while playing basketball at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. He and his wife, Tessa, stay busy raising their two young daughters. They are also very involved in the community and serve annually on the family committee within the Dallas March of Dimes organization
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