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How the Envisionary Was Born

The quarterly publication you are currently reading has been in print for over 28 years. One question we often receive is how it got its name. So, we’ve decided giving a little history on something we take great pride in would be fun. 

Before 2005 when we changed our name to Lee Stoerzinger, Inc., the official name of our company was Envision Financial. When we started the newsletter in 1995, just after a few years in business, we sought to provide a combination of thought-provoking information that was not being offered in the marketplace. The word visionary kept coming up, and after some brainstorming sessions, we found a play on words that combined the name of our company with a long-term vision. And so, that’s how “The Envisionary” was born, my friends. To this day, it is unique in the marketplace and works hard to provide knowledge that helps our clients move forward on their journeys. 

We hope you continue to enjoy it for many years to come.

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