Diefendorf Donates 'The Legend Series' to the Audio Library of the American College

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Internet radio talk show host, Roey Diefendorf made a contribution to the American College in Bryn Mawr, PA in the form of ten of his syndicated radio shows. The “Legends Series” CDs will reside permanently in the audio library of the college.

Monroe “Roey” M. Diefendorf, Jr., MI, CLU, ChFC, CFP, RFC, CIMA, C3DWP, host of the Internet radio show “3 Dimensional Wealth” which airs on http://www.VoiceAmerica.Business.com created a series of one hour interviews he entitled “The Legends Series.” The goal was to capture and preserve the 3 Dimensional Wealth of industry leaders from over the past fifty years.

Interviews include:

  •      Bill Wallace, CLU, ChFC
  •     Ed Morrow, CLU, ChFC, CFP, CEP, RFC
  •     Dave Smith, CLU, ChFC
  •     Al Coletti, CLU, ChFC, RFC
  •     Lou Dicerbo, CLU, ChFC, RFC
  •     Jim Morgan, CLU, ChFC
  •     Bob Savage, CLU, ChFC
  •     Tom Wheeler, CLU, ChFC
  •     Paul Shevlin, CLU, ChFC
  •     Monroe Diefendorf, Sr., CLU, ChFC    

Steve Tarr, Vice President of the college commented that “the wealth represented in these ten hours of interviews is a valuable addition to our library. These “jewels” add so much history that we are eager to preserve. Much thanks goes to Roey for orchestrating this endeavor. Without this kind of forward thinking these recordings would never have been made.”

Diefendorf is the founder of 3 Dimensional Wealth International and author of the book, “3 Dimensional Wealth: A Radically Sane Approach to Wealth Management.” In addition to these “extra curricular” activities, he is the CEO of Diefendorf Capital Planning Associates a “total” wealth management firm on Long Island, NY.

To order a copy of “3 Dimensional Wealth: A Radically Sane Approach on Wealth Management,” visit http://www.3DWealthTheBook.org.

Founded in 1927, The American College has helped financial advisors accelerate and broaden their careers through our many designation, certificate and degree programs. The mission of the College is to raise the level of professionalism of its students and, by extension, the financial services industry as a whole. By imparting expert knowledge -- and by emphasizing that such knowledge must be regularly renewed and ethically applied -- the College seeks to strengthen not only its students’ professionalism, but also the financial security of individuals, families, businesses, and the society they serve.

Diefendorf, Jr. earned his first professional designation (CLU) at age 24 from the American College and just seven years later the ChFC. He has made provisions for a $50,000 contribution to the College as part of his family’s philanthropic estate planning.

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