Dear Michael,

I'm glad to have provided you with a new title for which I give you permission to use to generate more fame and wealth. A life coach is an important member of the community.

I want to thank you for taking the time to listen to my concerns. It is appreciated. I was right in thinking that you, of all the people I have known, would be the right person to share and trust for a discussion of my personal finances and my continuing adventure with retirement spending.

I agree with you completely, keep working! If one enjoys the work activity, can keep helping people, and keep earning (security for the future), why stop? I worked until I was 75 and stopped because it was no longer interesting. I have found activities and interests that keep me active, social and striving for new accomplishments. Now, if I could still hit a golf ball 250 yards, I would have it all.

Again, thank you.


Jay Brill

Dear Michael Manna,

With warm appreciation for all you've given your time, your energy, and yourself. Words cannot express how grateful and thankful I am for all you did. I wish you all the very best. God Bless you and your family.


Louise Cervera


I appreciate your talent, honestly, and integrity



Dear Mike, Marize, & Everyone,

With sincere appreciation and warmest thanks to you. Thank you for all of your help in getting my parents approved for Medicaid and settled into a nursing home.


Sue Babin & Family

To Michael:

With appreciation for the special blessing you've been. Hope you remember you game me the name of Carol Weisman.

God Bless,

Bernadette DeGennaro


Thanks for all your advice and assistance.


John & Cheryl Stroub

Mr. Manna,

Thank you so much for visiting our parish last night. The people loved your presentation and found it very helpful. I hope you get some business out of it. You are always welcome at Holy Apostles.


Rev. Brown

Dear Michael,

Michael and I thank you for meeting us today, Rita & Ajay, Michael and I appreciate the great amount of time you gave us to make sure that all questions were addressed. We look forward to seeing/meeting you again.

Best always,

Barry & Michael Sarin

Raymond James


I can't thank you enough for your time and generosity in seeing my 92 year old mother. I know it is a small estate situation for you, but your time is important to us. We look forward to seeing you again as we take your advice.

"We make a living by what we get but we make a life by what we give."

-Winston Churchill


Rita Bradley

Dear Mr. Manna,

Thank you for sharing your time with us as presenter at our Bergen County Caregiver Conference, "Alzheimer's Disease: Approaches to Care," on Sunday, September 10, 2017. You helped to make the event a big success.

I'm sorry that I had to leave early and miss your presentation. I understand that you did a terrific job presenting in a very understandable manner important legal and finical issues that can sometimes seem complicated. I know that the caregivers in attendance appreciate tour expertise in answering all of their questions. The program evaluations reflected a high level of satisfaction with your session.

As we share a common goal of supporting local induvial and families impacted by Alzheimer's and dementia, we look forward to other opportunities to work together.


Kenneth C. Zaentz, CFRE

President and CEO

Dear Mr. Manna,

Thank you so much for your informative presentation. Here is a small token of our appreciation for your time and support.

All the best,

Alzheimers, New Jersey