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Samuel R. Christie

Samuel R. Christie

Financial Planner

"Go out in the world and do well. But more importantly, go out in the world and do good!"

- Minor Myers, Jr.


More than just a quote, these are words to live by for Sam Christie as he is dedicated to making a difference in people’s lives, both personally and professionally. Committed to building long-term relationships with his clients, Sam prides himself in getting to know each client so that he can understand their specific needs and what matters most to them. He is passionate about educating his clients and helping them to understand the “why” behind their financial strategy. Drawing on his knowledge, experience, and world-class tools, Sam strives to empower his clients so they can achieve confidence and financial wellbeing.


When he’s not focused on his practice, Sam is focused on serving the community. He volunteers his time at the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House (PRMH), where he serves meals and shuttles families to and from the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. But giving his time just isn’t enough for him, as Sam works feverishly throughout the year raising awareness and funds for PRMH. To Sam, the willingness of his family, clients, and local businesses each year to take part in his fundraising efforts speak volumes of the kind-hearted community of Greater Philadelphia. In 2018, the MassMutual Foundation recognized Sam’s efforts and provided the PRMH with a $10,000 grant on behalf of Sam’s efforts. He was also awarded the Next Generation of Givers Award by the Philadelphia Inquirer, in recognition of his passion and commitment.


Family is at the core of everything Sam stands for, he credits this to his parents and the values they continue to instill him. Without question, his greatest joy is the life he and his wife, Casey are building. Sam and Casey tied the knot on August 31, 2019 and currently reside in Springfield, PA.  Sam earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Management, from Widener University, all while playing baseball for The Pride. He was born and raised in Delaware County and is a proud graduate of Monsignor Bonner High School.