About John Richard Still

As President of Still Financial Group, John Richard Still devotes his career to assisting his clients as they plan their retirements, purchase life insurance and annuities, and gain access to long-term medical care products. In addition, he provides services in charitable giving, estate conservations, and disability income insurance. Mr Still represented the New York Life Insurance Company from 1982-2008, where he developed the confidence of hundreds of clients and gained invaluable experience. He has since functioned as in Independent agent, which has broadened the product selections offered to his clients. As a licensed agent and member of The Pineywoods Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors since 1979, Mr. Still is well qualified to service the needs of his clients. John Richard Still holds certification as a Financial Services Specialist and a Life Underwriter Training Council Fellow. In addition, he served as President of the Pineywoods Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors, gaining additional experience in the industry. He also enjoyed a stint teaching Risk Management in the Finance department of his alma mater, Stephen F. Austin State University, located in his hometown of Nacogdoches, Texas. Aside from his professional endeavors, John Richard Still enjoys his hobby of antique gun collecting, and he has written articles that have appeared in the magazine The Texas Gun Collector. Mr. Still authored pieces entitled “The Oldest Gun in the Oldest Town in Texas”, ” Old Betsy Comes to Texas,” and “Sgt. Sanford His Horn”, all of which detail the interesting histories of regarding notable Texas guns and their owners. John Richard Still also enjoys collecting pottery and currency. A charitable individual, John Richard Still contributes to his community by serving various local organizations. He also contributed to his community when he acted as President for the Nacogdoches County United Way, the Fredonia Rotary Club of Nacogdoches, the Blood Center of East Texas, the Nacogdoches County Industrial Trust, and Historic Nacogdoches, Inc.

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