Rusty Clark

Managing Partner

For over two decades, Rusty has helped clients address their financial concerns and is passionately committed to growing and preserving his clients' wealth. Rusty began his career as a Financial Advisor with Smith Barney in Longview Texas in 1997, where he developed his fundamental investment knowledge. He joined UBS in 2005 and 11 years later, he joined the team that would become 2911 Wealth Advisors, where he takes a team approach to providing personalized financial advice for individuals and families.

Rusty Clark is dedicated to helping clients achieve their financial dreams by first understanding their needs, offering sound investment advice and providing a level of service and availability that exceeds expectations. In helping his clients design strategies to help preserve and manage their wealth, he has formed alliances with other professionals to help clients understand tax planning strategies, estate planning and the complexities of investments in reaching individual goals.

Rusty graduated from the University of Texas at Austin, majoring in Microbiology and Biochemistry, and he is a devoted Longhorn alumnus. He holds a FINRA series 7, 63, 65 security registrations In addition, Rusty has completed rigorous course work and examinations with all the firms he has been associated.

Rusty and his wife, Jo Ann, love to spend time with their four children and six grandchildren who are spread out over the state from Houston, San Antonio, Belton, and Midland. Rusty enjoys golf and has been an avid runner since his college days. He and Jo Ann love to travel when time with family allows. They have resided in Longview, TX, since 1989, and they are proud to support the Tunnel to Towers Foundation, the Wounded Warrior Project, the Teen Challenge Recovery Center, and the Chinn Guitar Project.

The fun stuff

Favorite quote:

"If you want forgiveness, you must be willing to give it."

Best personal advice he's received:

"Son, let the heat go out of this before you take action. You will feel differently tomorrow and the day after." – Pop, Rusty's grandfather

If he could meet anyone from the past or present:

Rusty would love to sit down with Pop one more time.

Favorite book:

Titan by John D. Rockefeller and Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow

Something you may not know:

Rusty is a fifth-generation Texan, having grown up on a ranch riding horses, chasing cows, building fences, bush hogging, and bailing hay. In his own words, "Those experiences helped to make me who I am today."

Wife holding grandchild recently bornrusty and family 1
Rusty with fellow Texas University Alumnirusty and family 2
Grandson with Lion Halloween costume age 2rusty and family 3
Granddaughter with Halloween costume age 3rusty and family 4
Granddaughter first day at Kindergarden age 4rusty and family 5
Granddaughter in fashion show for little kids age 5rusty and family 6
Granddaughter shopping with new outfit on age 18rusty and family 7
Granddaughter and Grandson in front of the house with arms around each other ages 12 and 9rusty and family 8
Granddaughter in back seat of car in car seat looking very tired age 4rusty and family 9
Granddaughter and Grandson at Dallas Cowboy practice field with arms around each other ages 12 and 9rusty and family 10
Granddaughter and little grandson on his first day to pre-school with his sister ages 4 and 3rusty and family 11
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