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W. Craig Splawn

Medicare Specialist

Craig is a past president of the Houston Association of Health Underwriters, a current member of the National Assoication of Independent Financial Advisors,  a lifetime member of the National Association of Health Underwriters Leading Producers Round Table, is past president of The Rotary Club of Houston Westchase, and is an active member of the Houston West Chamber of Commerce. He also has his Registered Financial Consultant designation.


  • Texas A & M University, College Station, Texas - Earned bachelors and masters degrees


Craig began his life insurance career with Prudential in 1979 and started his own employee benefits consulting business, Splawn and Associates, in 1980. He began his financial advisor career in 1994 when Prudential entered the financial services industry. Craig has been an “independent” employee benefits consultant and financial advisor since leaving Prudential in 1996. In March of 2010, Craig made the decision to affiliate his business with Financial & Insurance Consultants so that he may serve both his financial and insurance clients more effectively.


Craig is married to his wife Pat, and together they have one daughter, two sons, and seven grandchildren.

W. Craig Splawn is a Registered Representatives of and offer securities products & services through Royal Alliance Associates, Inc. Member FINRA/SIPC, a registered broker-dealer. Fixed and traditional life insurance is offered through Financial & Insurance Consultants, which is not affilated with Royal Alliance Associates, Inc. In this regard, this communication is strictly intended for individuals residing in the states of Texas, Colorado, Arizona, California, Louisiana, Montana, Wyoming and Utah.  No offers may be made or accepted from any resident outside the specific state(s) referenced.
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