Jeff Bleacher has been with Ross Buehler Falk (RBF) since day one—January 1, 1985, to be exact. He started in the accounting field in 1983, shortly after graduating from college. Jeff has a wide range of experience that includes counseling organizations in a broad range of industries and sizes, from small businesses to organizations with well over $100 million in sales volume. He specializes in providing accounting, auditing, agribusiness services, manufacturing services, and management counseling.
As an accounting professional, Jeff is very devoted to serving in the community. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), and the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA). He is Vice-chair of the EDC Finance Corporation. And it doesn’t end there, Jeff also serves on the boards of both the Lancaster Health Center, the East Hempfield Water Authority, and is a member of the Lancaster Rotary Club.
A longtime Pennsylvania resident, Jeff attended Elizabethtown College from 1979 to 1983. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. Jeff went on to study for his Certified Public Accountant (CPA) license and also earn the designation of Chartered Global Management Accountant (CGMA).
Jeff celebrated his 30th wedding anniversary with his wife Cindy in August. When asked what the best compliment he ever received was, Jeff simply responded, “My wife marrying me.” Jeff and Cindy have three children, Jason, Dylan, and Abigail. Jeff loves spending time with his family and always wishes that they could have more time together.
Want to get to know Jeff even better? We asked a variety of silly questions, and here’s what we learned:
- If Jeff could visit any fictional place, he would take a trip to Jurassic Park.
- Jeff’s very first job was working in a garage.
- If he could pick one thing to know more about, Jeff would choose to gain better mechanical skills—to know how to build things.
- Hawaii is the farthest from home that Jeff has ever traveled.
- It has been far too long for Jeff to remember when the last time was that he climbed a tree.