Grant Huck

Financial Advisor

     Before Grant joined Richards Financial Services at the beginning of 2022, he was pursuing a professional path in Commercial Banking. However, when faced with the opportunity of becoming a Financial Advisor for Richards Financial Services, Grant made the leap. 

     Grant didn’t waste any time preparing for the Series 65 Uniform Investment Advisor Law exam, passing on his first attempt. Grant has been busy meeting and interacting with existing clients and is thrilled to be working with those who seek his professional advice by way of investment strategies and assisting them in achieving their individual financial goals, both short-term and long-term.  While working in the commercial banking role, he assisted numerous clients within a variety of different businesses which allowed him the opportunity to gain a unique perspective on how successful individuals and companies reach financial prosperity and navigate the complexities of risk and uncertainty.  With his diverse experience in the financial world, combined with his education, Grant looks forward to earning his client’s trust and establishing the precise commitment and proficiency towards reaching their personal financial investment goals. Grant is excited to have a professional presence in his hometown community of Scott City, along with all the client interactions throughout the state of Kansas.

     Working as a team and appreciating each other’s roles is important at Richards Financial Services. Grant’s colleagues express their appreciation for his very personable demeanor, analytical and business mindset, diverse banking background, and ability to engage and enjoy conversation with anyone. Grant’s knowledge in numerous areas, sharing daily updates of what is going on in the world, eager and friendly desire to jump in and help in any capacity, as well as his quick-witted sense of humor are a few of the qualities he is appreciated for within the office.

     Grant was born and raised in Scott City, Kansas. His family lived on a small farm east of Scott City but eventually moved into town.  When Grant left for college he thought his days of living in Scott City might be behind him. However, fate and opportunity brought him back to the area after obtaining a Master’s in Business Administration, in 2010, from Fort Hays State University. Grant worked a few years for a corporation in Kansas City but ultimately it was a banking career that brought him back to western Kansas.

    Grant expresses how blessed he is to be married to his wife Afton and raising their two young daughters.  He stays busy trying to entertain their young daughters and enjoys how fun life is at this stage with all the adventures he and his wife can bring them.  Grant enjoys following sports and watching movies. He looks forward to all the challenges and gifts of the future, while very much enjoying the present.