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Brent Novoselsky

(1966 - )

Brent Howard Novoselsky was born on January 8, 1966, in Skokie, Illinois.

Novoselsky received his Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. He graduated with honors with a concentration in entrepreneurial management. He received his Chartered Financial Consultant® (ChFC®) designation in 1999.

Novoselsky played tight end for seven seasons in the NFL. He was with the Chicago Bears in 1988 and the Minnesota Vikings from 1989-1994. The photo shows his catch in 1989 that put the Vikings into the playoffs.

In a career that included over 100 special teams tackles, Novoselsky retired after a serious neck injury. He is a member of the Chicago Jewish Sports Hall of Fame.

Novoselsky is a Vice President of Wealth Management with GCG Financial, having been a member of the firm since 1995. He has been serving clients, their families and their businesses since 1989 with a particular knowledge and focus on the accumulation and preservation of assets along with risk management. Brent meets his clients’ financial needs through the use of the extensive resources and professionals at GCG, as well as through trusted outside advisor offices.

Active in many charities and organizations, Brent serves as the President for the NFL Players Association Former Players Chicago Chapter. He is also the Treasurer of B’nai B’rith Sports Lodge and the Chair for their scholarship program.

Brent and his wife Andrea live in the northwest suburbs with their three children, Alec, Zachary, and Mackenzie. Brent is a brown belt in Taekwondo, enjoys softball and family time, and is an avid, bad golfer.

Source: GCG.
Brent Novoselsky, Wikipedia.

Bio Photo: GCG.
Football photo courtesy of Brent Novoselsky.