Mickelsen joins Taylor & Huntley Financial Planners in Cottonwood

Lin Mickelsen

Lin Mickelsen

Long-time Verde Valley resident Lin Mickelsen recently joined the financial planning professionals at Taylor & Huntley Financial Group.

Lin brings 35 years of experience in the financial industry, including 16 years of assisting her Verde Valley and Sedona clients with their wealth and legacy solutions.

As a banker for more than three decades, Mickelsen says she is pleased to be working with Tom Taylor, Mary Huntley and their associates.

"It just seemed like such a great fit and I am extremely lucky to be working with this team. I couldn't be happier," said Mickelsen.

Mickelsen, who was married to long-time Cottonwood City Manager, the late Brian Mickelsen, says that, in addition to her professional life, she is committed to carry on Brian's legacy through the work done by the Brian Mickelsen Memorial Run/Walk.

This annual marathon/half marathon (which also includes a 10K and 2 mile walk/run) will be held on Saturday, April 16 this year. Funds raised during past events have gone toward the Verde Valley Search and Rescue and the Verde Valley Humane Society.

She is also very proud of her boys, who, though they call Cottonwood their home town, have grown up and moved out into the world. Before joining Taylor & Huntley, Mickelsen visited her sons during a brief retirement. Dane Mickelsen is a Blackhawk helicopter pilot with a private company and Ky Mickelsen is in Montana getting his doctorate in Chemistry.

Taylor and Huntley Financial Group is a registered representative, offering securities and advisory services through Independent Financial Group, LLC (IFG), a member of FINRA and SIPC.

Those interested in getting professionally acquainted or continuing a financial-planning relationship with Mickelsen can reach her at 928-639-1372.

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