About Larry Gellman

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Larry Gellman is a well-respected financial advisor and leader in the Jewish community. He joined the Baird private wealth management firm in 1991 as a financial advisor and has 22 years of experience in the investment business. Prior to that, he spent seven years as a television news reporter. Early in his career, he was called “Milwaukee’s Top Broker” by The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and was named one of the top 20 Financial Advisors in the U.S. by Registered Representative Magazine.

Larry is also actively involved in community life. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona, and is Vice President of the National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership. He was campaign chairman of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation in 1996-97, and served as board chairman of Wisconsin Israel Bonds in 1998-99. In 2001, he was honored by the State of Israel and presented its Distinguished Leadership Award. Larry also served as major gifts chairman for the United Way of Greater Milwaukee and has been an active fundraiser for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

Larry earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Oberlin College in 1971. He has two children, Sarah, 24, and Sam, 21.

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