The “Dog Tag” – Joe Rombolo, Medicare Guy

Welcome to the Dog Tag, Episode 13, Season 2 , a Podcast by the Mid America Veterans Museum
Joe Rombolo, Medicare Guy

Join us as we host live in studio tonight Joe Rombolo the Medicare Guy.  After graduating from St. Louis University with a degree in Business, he joined the Missouri Air National Guard’s 131st Tactical Fighter Wing for a 6-year stint as a weapons mechanic.

Joe has traveled several interesting, exciting, and successful career paths in his life including leader and bass player for the rhythm and blues rock and soul horn band The Spirit of St. Louis, musical artist manager touring with The Moody Blues and the band Chicago, owner/operator of Rumbolo’s Deli On The Hill in St. Louis, MO, radio talk show host, creator and co-founder if the Awakening Zone Radio Network presenting 51 shows in 12 languages from all over the world, facilitator and certified transformational trainer.

When he retired, boredom immediately set-in and he began his search for his “Retirement Career.” He initially found it as a Medicare agent with United Health Care but soon discovered that he could be more effective as a broker, representing many carriers, so he joined Comprehensive Benefits and now represents all the major carriers.

Joe is not only a broker, but he is on Medicare, too, just like you. His training and experience as a broker, along with being a beneficiary allows him to expertly guide you through the mine field that is Medicare

Currently, Joe is a Licensed Medicare Broker, representing all of the major carriers, and he especially works closely with Veterans who use the VA, surviving spouses who have ChampVA and Veterans who have Tricare for Life, as well as anyone who is on Medicare.

Contact Information:

Joe Rumbolo Insurance Services

Medicare Made Easy with Your Medicare Guy: Joe Rumbolo

Comprehensive Benefits

2350 S. 7th St. # 120

St. Louis, MO 63104

314-753-0792 Cell

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