About Us


Dale Maloney

Dale Maloney BBA, MBA retired from Fidelity Investments with over 40 years of experience in a variety of industries. Most of his experience involved assisting some of America’s largest corporations to better standardize and manage written communications. His efforts resulted in more efficient and effective process improvement in daily service activities.

Lynn Maloney

Lynn Maloney retired after working for the United States Postal Service for 30 years, and raising her three daughters as a single parent.


Lynn and Dale had both lost their spouses to cancer. They met, married and blended their two families into one, fifteen years ago. For more than eight years Dale & Lynn have volunteered at their church helping people better budget and manage their money through Biblical based teachings to thousands of people.


Our Story

Why we developed and authored Build Your Legacy Guide
In preparation for a trip to the Holy Land in the Spring of 2017, Dale and his wife, Lynn decided it was time to update our Wills for our successfully blended family. Three of our five children had married and added seven wonderful grandchildren to our family. As we were going through the process, we both became shockingly aware that we each had some knowledge about are overall financial infrastructure, but neither of us knew everything! And the Will only tells WHAT you want to happen! Nowhere, does it tell you HOW to get it done or where to find all the critical information. Lynn began assembling her information, and Dale began his.

When we went to finalize the last draft of our Wills, and we took our binder to our Attorney. She was amazed! She said: “this would make my job so much easier! Nobody does this!”

We decided this is something every family needs as a companion to their Will/Trust! What we immediately began to think about is all the horror stories we have either heard, or have experienced after a loved one has passed away! Without knowing where to find critical information, intentions, and other unknowns can lead to additional expenses, delays in care, family arguments, fights, bad behavior and more!

There needs to be a better way! Have a plan and then tell your loved ones! So, there are no surprises, and clear expectations!

We will need to prepare for three distinct life stages. They are NOW, THEN, and AFTER. Everyone takes into consideration the NOW and the AFTER. But understanding that approximately one-third of us will be incapacitated and require someone else to care for us before we pass away, the stage of THEN needs to be addressed.

See Our Solution To Family Legacy

Have a plan and then tell your loved ones! So, there are no surprises, and clear expectations!

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