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Protecting your Assets for protecting our Ass

You protected our freedom and sacrificed so much for us, let us help protect your financial future so you don't sacrifice your hard earned dollars.

Here at LKT Dynasty Group, we have made it our Mission to help Military Families with additional guaranteed retirement options, getting out of debt in 9 years or less and legacy planning. 


Meet Jill Stephenson

Jill Stephenson spent over 20 years in corporate leadership positions within the financial industry. 

In her eyes, being a mother to Benjamin Kopp was her largest blessing and gave her life meaning. At age 13, Ben vowed to serve his country and expressed this with such determination. She knew then, that her son was destined for greatness. As a result of his determination, Ben became an Army Ranger and served with the 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment. On July 10, 2009, Jill received a phone call that would change her life forever. 

During his third deployment, but first in Afghanistan, Ben saved the lives of six of his fellow soldiers before being wounded during a firefight. He survived his injuries long enough to make it back to Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Due to the severity of his injuries, Ben was unable to overcome the trauma. He was declared brain dead and removed from life support. Before his death, Ben ensured his living will state that he donate all his organs, including bone, skin and tissue. His donations saved or enhanced the lives of 60 people. His heart still beats in a woman who resides in Winnetka, Illinois.

Jill speaks nationwide and is an active advocate for organizations such as the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors and American Gold Star Mothers. Jill is able to provide peerless wisdom that exudes strength and encouragement because of her experiences in her career and personal life. Through her adversities she has found the hidden blessings. 

Jill has now made it her mission to help protect Military Families with their financial needs, legacy planning and preparing for the unknowns of the future. 

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Jill Stephenson

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