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Amy Archinal

Amy joined Gaschen, Johnston and Associates in 2009 as Barry Johnston’s assistant.  She works with Barry’s clients on a daily basis with a variety of client and account issues.  She is a highly dedicated and organized individual who prides herself in providing a superior client experience. 

 Prior to Gaschen, Johnston and Associates, Amy’s experience included personal insurance and property claims adjusting for 6 years, part-time office manager for an adult day center for 5 years and raising her three children to adulthood. 

 Amy grew up in Lubbock, graduated from Coronado High School, attended Texas Tech and lived in New Mexico, Texas and Florida before returning back to Lubbock in 2002.  Married for over 27 years, Amy and her husband, Philip are actively involved in various ministries at Live Oak Community Church.  Amy enjoys reading, spending time with family and friends and working on various DIY projects. 

 Amy is not a registered representative of Cetera Advisors LLC.


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