Kim Cleaver Kletschke

First Vice President/Investments

Kim Cleaver Kletschke
First Vice President/Investments
Kletschke Wealth Management Group

Circular LinkedIn Icon Button      Circular Facebook Icon Button



Kim became a Financial Advisor in 1996.  She was inspired to help others pursue their financial goals when she worked as the General Manager of a local television station. She realized that she and her husband lacked the time to handle all the details of their investment portfolio and that they were missing a cohesive investment plan.

Kim's desire to understand a client's family dynamics, financial goals, and concerns allows her to structure and help manage investment plans customized for each client.  She believes that asset allocation, diversification, rebalancing, and proper assessment of risk are the core pillars to a strong investment plan.  Her client relationships often span several generations, and she welcomes the opportunity to coordinate estate and trust details with a client's CPA and attorney when appropriate.

The Kletschke Wealth Management Group was formed by Kim and Korey Kletschke in 2017.  The goal of the group is to leverage core competencies and provide continuity and a legacy to clients and our staff.

Kim is a firm believer in our community.  She currently serves as a Trustee for the University of South Dakota Foundation and is on the executive board for United Way's Women United.  Kim has been a regular contributor to the financial reports in the media and has volunteered her time teaching investment classes. Over the years, she has served on the board of directors of Ronald McDonald House Charities of Siouxland, Council on Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence, Leeds-Hawthorne PTA, Mid-Step Services, Alpha Xi Delta Alumnae, Women's Association of Financial Consultants, The University of South Dakota Alumni Association, Sioux City Community Schools Foundation, Wesley United Methodist Church, Siouxland Estate Planning Council, Mercy Alliance for Women's Health, Mercy Health Foundation and Siouxland Professional Women's Network. She has also volunteered for the United Way, Junior Achievement, Midwest Volleyball Power Club, the Sioux City Chamber of Commerce, and Boy Scouts.

Kim has a B.S. degree in Business Management from the University of South Dakota.  She and her husband, Kal, have two grown children, Korey, her partner on the team, and Kamryn, a nurse. She enjoys spending her free time with her family and friends, biking, walking, and golfing.

Diversification does not ensure a profit or protect against loss. 

Phone (712) 252-6955
Fax (712) 252-0333