PSA’s Managing Director Chip Lewis Receives the Helen C. Hottenbacher Award

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Hunt Valley, MD – November 6, 2014 – PSA Insurance & Financial Services is proud to announce that its Managing Director Chip Lewis was recently honored by the Baltimore Chapter of the Society of Financial Service Professionals (FSP) for his exceptional leadership and dedication to serving the financial industry. He was presented with the Helen C. Hottenbacher Award at the Annual Recognition Dinner of the Society held at the Baltimore Country Club on November 5th 2014.

The award recognizes an active member who, through his continuous service, has significantly advanced the name recognition of the Chapter throughout the state of Maryland. As a CFP and an outstanding leader of the financial industry, Chip continues to demonstrate his loyal commitment to the Chapter through his annual society sponsorship and giving back to the community by offering the complimentary use of PSA’s Learning Center facilities.

Founded in 1928, the Society is the premier provider of quality education in the financial services industry. Its 15,000 members reflect a great diversity of financial practitioners from fee-only financial planners, estate planning attorneys and accountants, to asset managers, employee benefits specialists and life insurance agents.

“I am honored to be the recipient of this award, and I would like to take the opportunity to express my appreciation to our clients for their loyal partnerships and to thank my PSA team for their hard work and support, which allows me every day to be a valuable and contributing member of the financial arena” said Chip.

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