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Bill Krempa has accumulated decades of experience within the financial services industry, allowing him to offer meaningful guidance on a broad range of specialized topics to clients nationwide. He’s particularly gratified by the number of families with two or three generations now represented on his client roster.

Bill has served on committees including the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce, the American Red Cross, LVLL Baseball, Team Vortex Cycling, Cub Scout Pack 36 and Boy Scout Troop 133. He’s also mentored and trained junior cyclists, and taught woodworking and welding to area youth.

He and his wife Mary have two adult sons. When not at the office, you’re likely to find him in his woodworking shop, or perhaps in the kitchen refining a passion for fine food and wine. There’s also a good chance he’s either out on a ski slope, or pushing the envelope on a bicycle or motorcycle.

Bill graduated from Clarion University of Pennsylvania in 1990 with a B.S. in Business Administration, majoring in Finance. He’s a Certified Financial Planner™ Practitioner (CFP®), Certified Fund Specialist (CFS®), Certified Senior Advisor (CSA®), Accredited Investment Fiduciary (AIF®) and a Licensed Life and Health Insurance Agent and Broker. He’s also a 25-year member of both the Institute of Certified Financial Planners and the Financial Planning Association. In 2015, he was honored with the prestigious Ralph S. Devito Award.

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