C. ANDREW KREPPS, JR., CLU, CHFC
Andrew Krepps has broad experience serving the financial needs of individuals and small businesses. He started his own financial planning practice for his clients in 1986 which has evolved into FSA LLC. He manages over 110 million dollars.
He recently retired after 5 years of being the Chairman of the Board of Trustees for Silver Springs Martin Luther School but still remains a board member.
Before starting his own practice he was Executive Vice President and minority owner of APS Financial Services. Prior to that he was Director of the Private Banking Program for PSFS in Philadelphia which at the time was one of the Delaware Valley’s largest banks. During 13 years of service with the bank, he assumed several management positions. He directed a staff of account executives who provided financial counseling to the bank’s high value retail clients and had invested an amount in excess of $1.8 billion.
His experience includes designing financial strategies for wealth accumulation; risk management; cash flow and budgeting; estate conservation; tax planning; charitable giving and much more. He is a Registered Principal and Branch Manager with Geneos Wealth Management, Inc. a full service securities firm and member of FINRA and SIPC. He is also an Investment Advisor Representative through Geneos Wealth Management, Inc.
American Dialogue (Joseph J. Ellis), Washington-A Life (Ron Chernow), The Lone Survivor (Marcus Lutrell), Ulysses S. Grant – A Biography (Robert P. Broadwater), D-Day the Battle for Normandy (Anthony Beevor)
Favorite Local Restaurants
William Penn Inn (Ambler), Washington House Restaurant (Sellersville), Metropolitan Restaurant (North Wales), Arnie’s (Blue Bell), Bull Restaurant & Tavern (Montgomeryville)
Why I love This Area
He lives with his wife Becky in the Montgomeryville area. He and Becky have three married children and 8 Grandchildren who all live within 10 minutes of Montgomeryville. He enjoys golf at Blue Bell Country Club. He spends many week nights, as well as weekends, attending his grandchildren’s sporting events and school functions. Nothing beats being a grandparent watching their grandchildren participating in so many sports and school functions.