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Madeline K. Brunkey

Madeline K. Brunkey

Partner

I am Madeline K. Brunkey, partner at Keystone Financial Services, L.L.C. I began my career in finance after graduating with a bachelor's degree in communications from Oakland University, followed by acquiring all necessary insurance and securities licenses, including FINRA Series 7, NASAA Series 66, and am currently a candidate for the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional designation. 

In 2019, while attending college and pursuing my career, I was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia at twenty-three years old. I underwent treatment for two-and-a-half years at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital at the University of Michigan. Throughout my treatment, I realized that helping others was how I wanted to spend my life. On October 28, 2021, I rang the bell alongside my family and oncology team, with the utmost gratitude for my health, my family, and the opportunity for a second chance at life. 

My career as a financial professional allows me to work side by side with my dad, which has been an incredible blessing. Growing up, I observed his unwavering commitment to helping others secure their financial futures and his ability to effect change, offering the peace of mind that comes with financial security. This inspired me and has shaped my dedication to providing guidance and support to our clients.

At Keystone Financial Services, L.L.C., we believe in forging strong relationships built on trust, integrity, and expertise. My commitment as a financial professional is deeply rooted in the pride I take in both the business my father has built and the business I am determined to continue. The goals and aspirations that were once put on hold are now my daily pursuits, ensuring that I can serve our clients and their families both now and in the future as a dedicated CFP® professional.  

Beyond work and studying for my CFP® exam, I cherish spending time with my family, engaging in physical activities, and occasionally binge-watching Netflix. As a cancer survivor, I continue to volunteer at the University of Michigan Hospital as a peer mentor, offering support to those undergoing treatment, drawing from my own experiences.