Steve is a CPA and is also an ASA and ABV which are business valuation accreditations. Steve joined the firm in 2014. Before then he was a Partner at Eisner Amper where he was in charge of the Philadelphia office Family Owned and Closely Held Business group in addition to the Business Valuation group.
Steve received his accounting degree from the University of Pennsylvania. He was on the track team and received “All Ivy” pole vaulter honors. He also received his Master’s Degree from the University of Rhode Island.
Steve is married with two daughters. Steve enjoys sports and being outside playing golf, tennis and kayaking with friends and family. He is the financial secretary for his parishes Knights of Columbus. He is also on the Investment Committee for the Bucks County Historical Society.
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