Our Team


Barry Eastman 

Financial Advisor

Barry Eastman is a financial services professional that works one-on-one to develop sound financial strategies that meet each client’s individual goals. His specialized services include financial planning, asset management, tax efficient strategies*, and business planning. Barry is a firm believer in the “Give First” philosophy, and is extremely involved in his community. He joined New York Life in 2010 after working with two communications companies at an executive level, and still maintains a connection as a consultant. Barry is also a member of the Million Dollar Round Table, and has been for the years 2013 to 2015 and 2017 to 2018.

Barry holds a B.S. from Colorado State University, Fort Collins, was born in Loveland, and lives in Greeley, Colorado now. He is currently involved as Board Chair of Bounce Animal Rescue and a coach for United Soccer Club in Loveland. He has been involved with the Loveland Communications and Technology Committee, the Board of Directors for TR Paul Academy of Arts and Knowledge, and the Boy Scouts of America in the area.  Barry is a proud to be an Eagle Scout and his son earned the distinction as well!

Barry’s interests are varied. He enjoys anything technology related; the stock market; fishing, camping and the outdoors; playing sports; spending time with his family and friends; and traveling at every opportunity. He is married to Tammy, and has three children: Sam, Katy and Zachary.

*Neither New York Life Insurance Company, nor its agents, provides tax,legal, or accounting advice. Please consult your own tax, legal, or accounting professional before making any decisions.



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Casey BehrmannAdministrative Assistant

Casey is Barry's Administrative Assistant and part of the High Point Financial Group team.

Casey was born in Colorado Springs and, after living in several different areas of the U.S., ended up in Colorado.

She is a dog fanatic and carries a leash with her everywhere, with or without a dog. She has been known to jump out of a car to save a dog that looks like it may be loose. She also volunteers and fosters for a local animal rescue and almost always has furry house guests.

Casey has three beautiful children and is married to her high school sweetheart. When she does have free time, she enjoys being outdoors off the beaten path (typically close to some water), shooting archery and firearms, and doing art or making jewelry inspired by everything she loves in life.

Email:   cbehrmann@ft.newyorklife.com