Bob O’Brien is a Senior Wealth Manager at the firm’s Pittsburgh location. Bob previously worked as a Senior Vice President and Director of Wealth Strategy for Hawthorn, PNC Family Wealth®, serving the needs of individuals and families with investable assets in excess of $20 million. He began his career as a Staff Attorney with The Ayco Company’s financial counseling practice and was named partner of the firm in 2001.
Bob is a former member of the Board of Governors of St. Clair Country Club. He has held several positions volunteering for the Mt. Lebanon Hockey Association Youth Organization, and the United Mitochondrial Disease Foundation. Bob earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Notre Dame and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Bob lives in Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania with his wife, Tara, along with their two children, Tom and Dan.
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