CLU, CLTC, RHU, REBC
With over 20 years of experience, Sam is an experienced, licensed consultant working relentlessly to develop creative, client-centric solutions.
Sam received his Bachelor of Business Administration in Management and Real Estate from the University of Nebraska Omaha. In addition to his Consultant License, Sam has also obtained his CLU (Charted Life Underwriter), CLTC (Certified in Long-Term Care), RHU (Registered Health Underwriter), and REBC (Registered Employee Benefits Consultant) designations. Over the years he has served on multiple non-profit boards, and been involved in many civic and charitable organizations.
Sam and his wife Erinn have two children, Mia and Jack, and live in Elkhorn Nebraska. Faith is their number one personal priority and they enjoy spending time together with family and friends.
Rachel grew up in Indiana and attended college at Indiana State University. Rachel and her daughter, Jamison, have lived in Omaha two years. Over the past two years, Rachel has worked alongside Sam Nigro to assist him and his clients in providing value to their coverage. Rachel believes in “going the extra mile” to ensure clients are delighted with the services Compass Benefits provides.
Rachel volunteers at Lifegate Christian School as well as Christ Community Church, where she is a member. Rachel enjoys attending car shows and mom life.
Laura Weiler (Affiliate Partner)
Laura’s favorite part of her job is educating. Approaching the Medicare transition can be intimidating with all the mail received and calls from people wanting to “sell” something. Breaking down all that information into understandable terms is very rewarding for her.
Laura grew up in Omaha and has lived here the majority of her life. She received a degree in Marketing from the University of North Dakota and began her career in Minneapolis, transferring back to Omaha with her company after a few years.
Laura enjoys doing outreach at Open Door Mission and Heart Ministry Center, ensuring seniors are receiving all the benefits in which they are eligible. She has enjoyed volunteering at her Church and the Josie Harper Hospice House.
Laura and her husband, Tim, have raised two girls in Omaha. They enjoy spending time with family and friends and look forward to the next chapter of their life as they approach being Empty Nesters.