Vice President, Investments, Stifel
Bethel Park, Pennsylvania
Martin Gannon is a financial advisor in wealth management with over 38 years of experience in helping clients identify and prioritize their objectives. He graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in 1977 with a B.S. in Administration and Management Science. He then worked at Elkins Stroud Supplee, followed by Merrill Lunch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith and Legg Mason/Smith Barney before working with Stifel.
Martin has a strong history of community service, having volunteered for Mt. Lebanon Youth Sports, Indian Princesses, and Seton LaSalle High School fundraising and building of the alumni association.
He survived sudden cardiac arrest at a high school basketball game in 2003 when 16-year-old student athletic trainer Matthew Strauss used an AED to save his life.