Dustin Johnson

Dustin Johnson

Dustin was born and raised in Red Oak, IA. After graduating from Red Oak High School and moving to Omaha, NE to attend Creighton University, his summer job as a bartender would lead him to a career in hospitality. After nearly a decade in the food and beverage industry, the birth of his first child led Dustin to hang up his chef’s coat and become a stay-at-home father, an experience he says is “the hardest job that I have ever had, but by far the most rewarding.”

Dustin began his career in financial services in 2011 with WoodmenLife, where he focused on life insurance and annuity-based retirement planning. During this time he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Analysis and Management from Bellevue University.

In 2016, Dustin joined the Tagge Rutherford team, choosing to grow his practice by focusing on the individual client’s needs and assisting them in setting realistic and attainable goals.  Dustin enjoys professional education, networking, and building his practice through referrals from family, friends, and clients.

In his free time, Dustin’s favorite hobbies consist of tinkering in his garage, DIY projects, and most importantly, spending quality family time with his wife, Kristie, and their 2 children, Payton and Wesley.  


Securities and advisory services are offered through LPL Financial (LPL), a registered investment advisor and broker-dealer (member FINRA/SIPC).  Insurance products are offered through LPL or its licensed affiliates. Bank Iowa and TR Financial Group are not registered as a broker-dealer or investment advisor. Registered representatives of LPL offer products and services using TR Financial Group, and may also be employees of Bank Iowa.  These products and services are being offered through LPL or its affiliates, which are separate entities from, and not affiliates of, Bank Iowa or TR Financial Group.  Securities and insurance offered through LPL or its affiliates are:

Not Insured by FDIC or Any Other Government Agency Not Bank Guaranteed
Not Bank Deposits or Obligations May Lose Value