Sanford Seide, CLU

Sanford Seide, CLU

Vice President

Phone: (716) 691-7121 Ext.13
Fax: (716) 691-7718

Sanford G. Seide, CLU

Caring, trust and knowledge are characteristics of Sanford G. Seide, CLU

He started his career as a banker giving guidance and direction to both borrowers and savers. During this period he earned certificates from the American Institute of Banking and the New York Savings Bank School of Management.

In 1980, he joined the financial planning services firm Alan R. Mollot Associates and continued his financial education to earn the Chartered Life Underwriter, CLU designation and the Life Underwriter Training Council Fellow, LUTCF designation.

Sandy, as he is called, has focused his practice on encouraging his clients to: provide security for their families, on accumulating a safe money nest egg and then on implementing a structured investment plan to save funds for retirement. Now with many of his clients facing retirement, his practice is focused on the distribution phase of retirement funds which include the common concerns of not outliving your money, the effects of inflation, living a long life and possibly becoming frail, needing care and not wanting to be a burden on your family, and gifting to grandchildren.

He has since earned the Certified in Long Term Insurance designation, CLTC and has completed the New York State Approved Continuing Education Course to sell and market the New York State Partnership Plan for Long Term Care Insurance.

Active in the community, Mr. Seide has served as president of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors, Inc –Buffalo Chapter and as Director and Vice-President of the Kidney Foundation of Western New York. He has also taught retirement planning courses for several area schools continuing education programs. He was recognized by Tops Markets and WHLD with The Top Hat award for community involvement.

Sandy is a graduate of SUNY Buffalo and Monroe Community College and lives with his wife Gloria in Lewiston where they enjoy Artpark and the small town atmosphere.