August 30, 2017
Meet SFG – Mitch Belella
New week, new installment of #MeetSFG. This week we actually have a surprise! We are not only excited to introduce you to our paraplanner Mitch, but we also get to introduce you to his newest bundle of joy, his son, Quinn.
Prior to starting at SFG in 2014, Mitch had started his career in the financial industry with T. Rowe Price in Owings Mills. After an interview request from Andrew, Mitch had the chance to meet our advisors at SFG and decided that helping clients in his community was what he felt called to do.
Mitch’s daily responsibilities include gathering and organizing clients’ financial planning data (qualitative and quantitative), working with the financial advisors to help create and implement that plan for clients and overall financial preparation for meetings.
Mitch has been an integral part of our family over the last few years. Now let’s learn a little more about him and the newest member of his family.
Congrats on the newborn! Care to share details on this new addition to your family?
“Quinn Robert Belella was born on August 24, 2017 at 10:12am. He weighed in at 8lb 10oz and was 20 1/4” in length.”
You’re happiest when…?
“I’m spending time with my family and friends.”
What is it like being married to your high school sweetheart?
“It’s great! We’ve been together for almost 11 years and it’s been the best almost 11 years of my life. By the time we got married 5 years ago we’d already been through so many different experiences and that helped our relationship grow stronger and more mature.”
We know you have some memorabilia in the office, what are your favorite sports teams?
“Washington Wizards, University of Maryland, Washington Redskins and Baltimore Orioles”
What happens first: a Wizards NBA championship or a Redskins Superbowl?
“Haha…I’d guess the Wizards but honestly I just hope one of them do it in my lifetime. Desperate times for DMV sport fans.”
What is your favorite quote?
“Be more concerned with your character than your reputation, because your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are.” `John Wooden
“My dad told me to never pretend to be someone you’re not to impress anyone but rather impress them by being the best version of yourself.”