Andrew Blackstone

Andrew J. Blackstone

Financial Advisor

Andrew joined Raymond James as a Financial Advisor in 2015. He enjoys partnering with individuals and families in the financial planning process to help them reach their unique goals and dreams. Using the technology and resources available through Raymond James Financial Services, Inc., Andrew provides clients with comprehensive research and financial guidance. Andrew serves his own clients and assists his father-in-law, Jeff Gay’s clients with financial planning, product research, and financial advice. He and Jeff together evaluate and maintain the fund selection of various model strategies available to be utilized by clients. Andrew also partners with other financial advisors within the branch for joint management of client accounts and the development and presentation of financial plans.

Andrew is Series 7, Series 66 and Series 24 licensed and is licensed to sell health, life, and accident insurances. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Messiah University in 2009 and graduated from Liberty University in 2013 with a Master of Arts in Teaching with a focus in education, emphasizing social sciences and economics. Prior to working at Miller & Gay Investment Management, Andrew spent five years in the private and post-secondary education sector. His background in teaching, instructional plan development, economics and social science education, and faculty development equipped him to effectively transition into a financial advising role.

Andrew is married to Tiffany Blackstone, who serves at Miller & Gay as the Client Communication and Relationships Manager. They have three children. He serves as Chair of the Governance Committee and a member of the Finance Committee on the Board of Trustees at the Christian School of York. He and his family are active in school events and in church activities at Calvary Chapel of York. In his free time, Andrew enjoys being with family and woodworking.

Raymond James is not affiliated with the above organizations and/or charitable causes.

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