Cindy Van Loo
Cindy is a native Oregonian, born and raised in Tillamook. She is married with two grown children and an energetic Australian Labradoodle, Sugar.
Her educational background and professional experience consists of working for various Portland law firms since 1975 as a legal assistant and paralegal with a focus on cases involving probates, conservatorships, guardianships and trusts. She is a National Certified Guardian and a member of the Guardianship Conservatorship of Oregon. Cindy has advocated for many years for individuals with learning difficulties, incarcerated individuals and their families, criminal justice reform and elderly and disabled individuals. She has served as a CASA (“Court Appointed Special Advocate”), delivered Meals on Wheels, chaired an Oregon non-profit agency, cooked meals for Transition Projects, served in leadership roles in her church and volunteered her services in a wide range of programs in the community.
Cindy’s dream of starting her own fiduciary business began in 2009 after her father’s death. She served as her father’s conservator in the year prior to his death, and during that time, discovered how vulnerable and easily the elderly population can fall victim to elder financial abuse. As a result, she promised to commit the rest of her life to honor her father’s memory by working with those elderly and disabled people in our society who need protection. Van Loo Fiduciary Services, LLC was established in 2012 and clients started to fill the caseload quickly from referrals from attorneys, judges, social services agencies, care facilities, hospital staff and family members. Cindy feels her role as a professional fiduciary is a profession she has spent her whole life preparing for.
When she finds spare time, Cindy enjoys traveling, gardening, baking, reading, writing, getaways to her beach house and spending time with her family.
As a native Oregonian, Jeni grew up in Southwest Portland. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts, Masters of Arts, and Teaching degrees from Willamette University. Prior to joining Van Loo Fiduciary Services, Jeni was an educator specializing in teaching 7th & 8th grade language arts & social studies in the David Douglas School District. Her love of working with and helping people has always been a central part of Jeni’s life. This passion is what led her to leave teaching and join Van Loo Fiduciary Services.
Jeni is a member of the Guardianship Conservatorship Association of Oregon and is currently working on becoming a National Certified Guardian.
Jeni enjoys raising her two boys with her husband, running, reading, traveling, photography & rooting for the Portland Timbers.