David is the Co-Founder & Principal of Mint Wealth Management. As a lifelong learner, David Lampe is continually striving to improve his knowledge through consulting with other qualified professions. He first graduated from the University of Minnesota, and then later graduated from The American College; a pioneer in financial services education for over eight decades. David also actively shares his knowledge as a Adjunct Professor at Lone Star College; teaching courses in financial planning to adults seeking unbiased and straightforward advice. He has also served as a guest speaker on CNN Radio discussing various financial topics in today’s dynamic investing environment.
As a financial advisor for over 45 years, David has developed many strong, lifetime relationships with his clients. Over his many years as a financial advisor, he has learned that it is the client’s role to set their own goals and objectives, and believes discipline is the key to reaching these goals. His goal as an advisor is to ensure that all clients receive a custom-tailored, comprehensive financial plan, so clients feel comfortable and confident in reaching their goals.
"My wife, Charlotte has served as Helping a Hero's National Staging Coordinator since we got involved with the organization after attending a fundraiser five years ago that deeply moved us,” says David Lampe. “It is humbling to decorate homes that have been uniquely adapted for wounded service members. Helping transport these heroes, many of whom are in wheelchairs, to their new homes is an honor and I am thankful to have been selected."
Helping a Hero is a non-partisan organization, founded in 2006, that provides support for military personnel severely injured in the war on terror. Our principal activity is to provide specially adapted homes for qualifying service members through partnerships made with the builders, developers, communities, and the veteran. Helping a Hero strives to engage the community in providing services and resources for our wounded heroes and their families. Additionally, Helping a Hero provides additional support programs such as marriage retreats, caregiver retreats, recreational activities, emotional support, and financial support.