Steve Brodie

Contact Information

sbrodie@homesteaderslife.com

800-477-3633 Ext. 7137

(916) 300-5675

800-436-6110

Who I am

Brodie Family PortraitI graduated from the University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology, and I now live in Pine Grove, California with my wife Debi and our daughter. I enjoy spending time with my family and my friends - especially while traveling and experiencing what different places have to offer. We sometimes take off for a few days and go to destinations such as the mountains, San Francisco or Monterey. I also enjoy camping, kayaking, Jiu-Jitsu and woodworking.

Why I joined Homesteaders

Homesteaders Home OfficeI have always enjoyed working in B2B sales. I joined the account executive team at Homesteaders in 2003 because I felt the position offered me the opportunity to be proud of the company and products I represent. I still feel that way today!

What I do

Brodie Accepts Account Executive AwardI work hard to help anyone who chooses Homesteaders to build and grow their pre-need programs. Using the top-quality resources and ongoing training and support that Homesteaders offers, I help funeral home customers in northern California, Utah and Nevada exceed their goals for their businesses. I enjoy using my sales skills and my experience in the funeral service industry to find solutions - and new opportunities - for the customers I work with.

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