Contact: Kara Peterson
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Sept. 11, 2008
First Command opens offices in Fort Walton Beach
Fort Walton Beach, Fla. – First Command Financial Services Inc. has opened a new district office
and an additional satellite office in Fort Walton Beach. District Advisor Mark Diunizio along with
Financial Advisors Chondi Imani, Neil Marshall, John Bryant and Allison Terlip will staff the new
district office. Financial Advisors Steve Haughton and Frank Painter will staff the satellite office.
The long-standing First Command office located at 1120 Eglin Parkway in Shalimar has closed to
accommodate this reorganization.
“We are extremely excited about opening new First Command offices in Fort Walton Beach,” said Diunizio. “We’ll continue in
pursuit of our shared goal of providing new and existing First Command client families the best service possible in the
communities where they work and live.”
The new district office is located in the Kerrigan Building at 212 Eglin Parkway, Suite D, Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32548
and the new satellite office is located at 814 Shadow Lane, Suite B, Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32547.
First Command Financial Services and its subsidiaries, including First Command Bank and First Command Financial Planning,
assist American families in their efforts to build wealth, reduce debt and pursue their lifetime financial goals and dreams—
focusing on consumer behavior as the first and most powerful determinant of results. Through personalized financial plans that
emphasize accumulating wealth while reducing risk, First Command Financial Advisors have established lasting relationships
with hundreds of thousands of client families since 1958.
First Command Financial Services, Inc. is the parent company of First Command Financial Planning, Inc. (Member SIPC) and
First Command Bank (Member FDIC). Insurance products and services are offered by First Command Financial Services, Inc.
Financial planning services and securities products are offered by First Command Financial Planning, Inc. Banking products
and services are offered by First Command Bank. Securities products are not FDIC insured, have no bank guarantee and may
lose value. In certain states, First Command Financial Services, Inc. is a separately registered domestic corporation and does
business in California as “First Command Insurance Services.”