Meet Claude Peltz

Claude PeltzClaude Peltz, President of Peltz Financial Services, has been a trusted insurance professional representing his clients for over thirty years.  

After receiving his degree in political science from Northeastern University in 1979, Peltz began his career with Mutual of Omaha, earning the National Health Rookie of the Year award. In 1986 he formed his own independent insurance agency, Peltz Financial Services.

Claude is dedicated to professional excellence, as indicated by his pursuit of continued industry education. He has achieved the highly regarded designations of CLU (Chartered Life Underwriter), ChFC (Chartered Financial Consultant), and RHU (Registered Health Underwriter).  He is committed to his profession, but more importantly, Claude is committed to his clients. Customer service and satisfaction are his top priorities.

Claude has lived in Windham, New Hampshire since 1986 with his family. When not diligently working on behalf of his clients, he is an active member and officer of the Windham chapter of Toastmasters, an international public speaking organization. Peltz also enjoys playing tennis, cycling, and table tennis. Additionally, every Thanksgiving morning since 1995 Claude and his family have hosted the Windham Turkey Trot to benefit the local Shepherd’s Food Pantry, Windham's Helping Hands and Family Promise of Greater Rockingham County.


Meet Louise Broom-Peltz

Louise Broom-Peltz

Louise has been working with her husband Claude at Peltz Financial Services since 1988.  


In addition to taking care of the many aspects of running an office, Louise's obtained her health insurance license in 2014. She has become an expert in helping clients navigate the many changes in health insurance since the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. She is tenacious when it comes to helping clients resolve issues that arise occasionally with their insurance.


Louise completed her B.S. in Business Administration at the University of NH in 1983 along with receiving minors in Spanish and Communications.  She spent her early professional life in the hotel industry working as a project manager for hotel openings and renovations.


Living in Windham since 1986, Louise has been an active volunteer in the community. Her list of community accomplishments include; Co-chairing the Windham Wonderland community build playground project, serving three years on the Griffin Park committee, and spearheading the 8th grade trip to Washington D.C. Her current ongoing effort is as founder and coordinator of The Windham Turkey Trot, a Thanksgiving morning event for people of all ages that benefits three local charities. It began with 50 people in 1995, has grown to over 1,400 participants and raised over $200,000.