Judith Stojak

Financial Advisor
Associate Vice President, Investments

As an advisor with Raymond James & Associates, I specialize in educating my clients on effectively allocating their assets so they can pursue their financial goals. I put my clients’ needs and interests first by providing them with objective evaluation and advice.

Clients want to be well informed and comfortable with the decisions they make, as they plan their financial future. I help them understand the investment options available to them, so they can take as active a role as they choose in working toward their financial goals.

I specialize in wealth management and planning for retirement and long-term care. Prior to joining Raymond James in 1995, I was with H & R Block for 15 years, where I began as a tax preparer and became an instructor and assistant district manager.

For three years, I chaired the board of directors of the Arts Council of White Lake, and I continue to serve on several Arts Council committees. Being part of this expanding, innovative organization has enabled me to meet fascinating people and take part in great arts and culture events in my home community.

I recently became involved in the Muskegon chapter of a new organization called One Hundred Plus Women Who Care, whose members provide grants to non-profit organizations in Muskegon County.

I love spending time with my growing family of children and grandchildren and also enjoy gardening, caring for our menagerie of animals, taking nature walks in our woods and looking for wildflowers. When the weather keeps me indoors, you’ll find me cooking, entertaining, reading, knitting and watching movies with my husband, Ted.

Asset allocation does not guarantee a profit nor protect against loss.