"From the first phone call or email, everything I do is about making my clients feel comfortable and confident. As an independent broker, I research the market, educate my clients, make recommendations and help them make informed decisions. At the end of the day, my integrity helps my clients sleep better at night."
Ron Perilstein has been an insurance professional since 1990 and founded The Arjay Group, Inc. in 1993. Ron is a member of PartnersFinancial, a client-focused community of select, independent insurance professionals dedicated to exceptionally high standards and premiere client service.
Ron is a member of the Philadelphia Estate Planning Council and the Executive Committee of Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia's Endowment Corporation where he co-chairs the sub-committee on life insurance. He has presented on long-term care insurance strategies to national groups of insurance professionals and frequently writes articles about disability insurance for physicians' publications.
Ron places great importance on giving back to the community. He recently completed a 3-year term as Chairman of the Board of Federation Early Learning Services, an award-winning provider of early childhood education to over 1,000 children in the Philadelphia area. Currently, he is Chairman of the Board of Overseers of Penn Hillel at the University of Pennsylvania.
He is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Madlyn and Leonard Abramson Center for Jewish Life where he serves on the Personnel and Retirement Planning Committees and is a past officer of Har Zion Temple where he managed an annual budget of $5 million.
He is a member of the Golden Slipper Club and Charities which provides a summer camp experience in the Poconos for underprivileged children and he is a recent recipient of the organization's highest honor, the Gold Medallion Award, which pays tribute to the outstanding community services of a member.
Ron is a graduate of The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania where he majored in Entrepreneurial Management and was the kicker for the varsity football team. A lifelong resident of the Philadelphia area, he and his wife, Jayne, have two children and two grandchildren.