About Angie

Angie Pasa is a Client Associate at J.P. Morgan Wealth Management.

As a member of The Tucker Shevlin Group, Angie works closely with clients, helping them streamline and simplify multiple facets of their wealth, so that they can enjoy more time for the people and pursuits they value. Within the team, Angie has a number of responsibilities, including new account onboarding, money movement, account administration, client inquiry resolution, team communications and meeting preparation.

Clients look to Angie as a warm and welcoming presence who is eager to help them gain greater ease in the management of their financial affairs. Angie, in turn, is gratified to support clients by resolving questions and providing timely and attentive service. A skilled problem-solver, she loves "marking things done," overseeing tasks from beginning to end.

Prior to moving to J.P. Morgan Wealth Management with her team in 2023, Angie was a Client Service Associate with First Republic Private Wealth Management. Earlier, she spent more than 12 years with Wells Fargo Private Bank, where she was a Wealth Advisor Client Associate. During this tenure, Angie met Crista Tucker and Greg Shevlin, forming the long-term ties that endure today. She earned her B.A. in Communications from Seton Hall University.

Angie and her husband, Robert, have three children— two daughters and a son. In her free time, she is very active with her church, where she serves on the Finance Committee and is past president of its Youth Folklore Group. A dedicated volunteer within the Croatian-American community, Angie serves on the board of the Croatian Radio Club New York.


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