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  • Dennis R. Fiore
    CLU®, ChFC®, LIC, LUTCF®
    General Agent, MassMutual Michigan Metro

    Dennis R. Fiore is a 1975 graduate of Oakland University. He and his wife Shelley have three children. Dennis has been in the financial services business since 1981 and Managing Member at MassMutual Michigan Metro, formerly known as Detroit Financial Group, LLC, since 1991. Dennis specializes in wealth protection and planning for closely held business, particularly the family business.

    Some of Dennis’ designations and associations include:

    • Chartered Life Underwriter
    • Chartered Financial Consultant
    • Investment Advisor Representative of MML Investors Services, LLC, a MassMutual subsidiary
    • LUTCF, Life Underwriter Training Council Fellow
    • Past President of the Society of Financial Service Professionals, Detroit Chapter
    • Past President of GAMA Southeastern Michigan Chapter
    • Past Instructor at Lawrence Technological University in Financial and Estate Planning
    • Member of the Financial and Estate Planning Council of Metropolitan Detroit
    • Past President of the Greater Detroit Association of National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors
    • Member - Oakland University Alumni Association
    • Member of the Advanced Association of Life Underwriters (AALU)
    • 2010 Recipient of the E.H. “Bill” Meyers, Jr., Memorial Award for outstanding service to the profession, the association and the community by NAIFA-Greater Detroit

    Fax: (248) 324-1972
  • Shelley Fiore
    CLU®, CLTC®, ChFC®, LIC
    General Agent, MassMutual Michigan Metro

    Born in Detroit and raised in Southfield, Shelley M. Fiore has financial services running through her veins. Shelley chose to build a career in the financial services industry nearly three decades ago because it offered her an opportunity to achieve professionalism without a glass ceiling. And, it ultimately gave her the ability to help thousands of Detroit area men and women.

    Shelley’s primary knowledge is in business continuity planning, fringe benefits, tax reduction strategies, investment planning and estate planning. But as a mother of three, Shelley also pursues her career in a way that not only helps Michigan families and businesses succeed, but continues to look for ways to lift other women into an industry that has offered her both professional fulfillment and flexibility as a working mother.

    Shelley was appointed last year to jointly lead MassMutual Michigan Metro, a Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company general agency. One of three female field executives at the Fortune 500* financial services company, Shelley defines her leadership mission by creating opportunities and recruiting Detroit women to financial services because of the increasingly important roles women are playing in the local and national economy.

    Shelley believes it is critical to build the ranks of women financial service professionals who share the female consumer’s experiences in order to ensure all women live their best lives. Often the lone woman in the room, Shelley made a decision to accept her leadership role at MassMutual Michigan Metro in 2010 so she could support other women in their effort to earn a living without a ceiling.

    Her record as a champion for women in financial services began even earlier. In 2008, Shelley became the first female president of MassMutual’s over 100-year-old Agents Association. She is a consistent top performer among the company’s 5,000 plus sales professionals. Shelley further spearheaded a culture-change initiative, called “Bridging the Understanding Gap,” to build greater understanding between MassMutual home-office employees and its agents, which remains in place today.

    Frequently quoted as an expert in gender and equality issues in the financial services industry, Shelley and her work was most recently featured in a cover story in Life Insurance Selling Magazine and National Underwriter.

    *FORTUNE Magazine (2016)

    Fax: (248) 324-1972

Agency officers are not officers of MassMutual.