Glenn started his career practicing within the local market and returned after spending ten years working for a large international public accounting firm. He has experience working in all aspects of federal, state and local taxation with a focus in real estate, construction, professional service firms and small manufacturing.
Glenn received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Xavier University where he graduated Cum Laude. Following five years of public accounting work experience, he attended the University of Cincinnati where he earned a Masters of Taxation. He earned the designation of Certified Public Accountant in 1996.
Glenn is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and The Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants. He has sat on various advisory boards and finance committees throughout his career. Glenn is married to Christina and they have three children Jake, Lily and Gus.
Steven Lowe (Steve) graduated with honors from Miami University in 1975. From there Steve worked in public accounting at Touche Ross & Co and private accounting before joining Michael Moorman and Robert Wirth in 1984 to form Moorman Wirth & Lowe CPA’s Inc. Over Steve’s 42-year career he was a member of numerous professional, industrial and civic organizations. Steve retired from full-time public accounting at the end of 2017, but friends and family can attest that his boundless energy has not waned. He still enjoys playing basketball, biking and in general, just staying active.
In Memoriam, 1951-2010
Robert Wirth (Bob) graduated Summa Cum Laude from Ohio State University in 1974. From there Bob worked in public accounting at Touche Ross & Co and private accounting before joining Michael Moorman in 1978 to form Moorman & Wirth Co, CPA’s. Over Bob’s 36-year career he was a member of numerous professional, industrial and civic organizations. His work ethic and client service is the foundation on which Wirth Lowe Wissemeier CPA’s Inc. now stands.
Clients often remark how they remember coming into Bob’s office to find him busy, but never too busy to catch-up and discuss their concerns.