Mickey Batsell Biography

Mickey Batsell is an experienced industry professional, specializing in long-term care and surrounding issues including Medicare, Medicaid, home healthcare, nursing homecare, wealth transfer, and the selection of long-term care facilities.

With 35 years of professional, and more importantly, personal family experiences, Mickey has an in-depth understanding of the challenges his clients face. As a protector of people’s independence and dignity, he currently represents industry-leading, financially sound companies and assists families, groups, and associations throughout the United States.

Mickey has a bachelor’s degree in Marketing and an MBA in Accounting. He is a Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU), a Chartered Advisor for Senior Living (CASL), a Fellow of Life Management Institute (FLMI) and a Certified Senior Advisor (CSA),. Mickey takes an active role in his industry, community and church. He is a member of the national boards of director for the American Assoc iation for Long-Term Care Insurance, Society of Financial Services Professionals and the Alliance of Financial Management Professionals. He is a member of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors, the Society of Certified Senior Advisors and the nominating committee for AHIA. He is the Liaison Officer for four Texas Chapters of SFSP and was the 2005 President of Texas Leaders Round Table (TLRT). He was a featured panelist in the November 2007 SFSP Video Training Conference and a headline speaker at the SFSP 2008 Forum.

He appears as a regular radio talk show guest presenting information and fielding questions on matters relating to the industry. He is published in a quarterly on-line publication with a circulation to over 450,000 attorneys. He constantly spreads the message on Long-Term Care and other senior issues through monthly seminars, civic and church group functions and publications. He was the top Long-Term Care producer in Texas for 2005 and 2007 and has ranked in the top one-hundred in the country for the previous six years. He is a retired USAFR Lt. Colonel, served in the US AF Special Operations, and is an active member of the Warrior Foundation providing scholarships to children of fallen Special Operations soldiers from all branches.

Mickey and Nancy have four children, ten grandchildren, and one great grandson. If he isn’t with family, you can find him in his garden in the spring, on the football field in the fall as a Texas high school football official.