LaVeta C. Hayes
LaVeta C. Hayes was born in Daytona Beach, FL. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting from Bethune-Cookman University and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Central Michigan University. After 37 years of exceptional Federal Government Service as Branch Chief of Financial Management Policy for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, LaVeta retired in February of 2014.
Living Legacies with LaVeta Inc. began as the result of LaVeta’s father, Edward “Creamy” Hayes, Jr. untimely passing February 2019. To honor his legacy that touch so many people Living Legacies, Inc. is dedicated to enhancing and embracing the goal of creating generations of people to learn how to better manage and protect their money and create everlasting legacies.
LaVeta has assisted hundreds of clients in the past years in the financial and insurance industry and has given hundreds of phenomenal presentations and speeches. LaVeta specializes in Estate Preservation, College Planning, Medicare, Life & Health Insurance and Long-Term Care Planning giving lifelong tips and tools to plot a plan for continuous success. LaVeta is excited to share, teach and transform the lives of everyone in terms of their finance and simplify estate preservation so you can enjoy the life you deserve.
LaVeta goal is to help clients bring fun into managing their finances. LaVeta will work with clients to develop a proactive approach to planning their future and provide life changing financial education and world class solutions. LaVeta believes in creating relationships based on trust and integrity, by helping as many families as possible for every stage of life.
LaVeta is a life member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, currently associated with the Orlando Alumnae Chapter; member of Florida Hospital Circle of Friends, and Life member of Bethune Cookman University National Alumni Association.
She enjoys traveling to explore, dream, discover and live her best life. Some of LaVeta’s favorite places travelled Ghana, South Africa, Brazil, Dubai, Australia, Cambodia, Vietnam & Korea.