ANN ARBOR — Wells Fargo Advisors has designated Neil Weissman and Ronald Eppler, both managing directors of Ann Arbor, Michigan based Weissman-Eppler Showich Team, as members of the firm’s Premier Advisors Program, a distinction that reflects Weissman and Eppler’s achievement of professional success through a consistent commitment to client service.
“Neil and Ron are among a select group of professionals at Wells Fargo Advisors who have achieved the status of Premier Advisor by consistently demonstrating their willingness and capacity to understand their clients’ life goals, as well as an ability to develop and execute plans designed to help achieve their aspirations,” said Jim Hays, president of the Wells Fargo Advisors Private Client Group.
To qualify for the Premier Advisors Program at Wells Fargo Advisors, Financial Advisors must demonstrate a high level of production and a commitment to professional service. The Premier Advisor Program represents the best of the best of advisors at Wells Fargo Advisors.
Weissman has been a financial advisor with Wells Fargo Advisors for one year and has nine years of investment experience. He has a Bachelor of Science in materials handling and engineering from the University of Michigan and a Master of Science in materials handling and engineering from Stanford University.
Weissman lives in Canton with his wife and their two children. He is a member of the University of Michigan Hillel board of trustees, Bo Schembechler Heart of a Champion Fund development committee, United Way of Washtenaw County Young Leaders Society, Jewish Federation of Ann Arbor board of directors and The Friendship Circle board of directors, as well as Vice President of the Jalen Rose Leadership Academy board of directors.
Ronald Eppler has been a financial advisor with Wells Fargo Advisors for one year and has more than 17 years experience in the brokerage industry. He has a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Central Michigan University.
Eppler lives in Plymouth with his wife and their five children. He is a member of the board of directors for Cancer Support Community of Greater Ann Arbor.