Wesley D. Bigler

Chairman Emeritus

Wesley D. Bigler currently serves as Chairman Emeritus of LongView Wealth Management.  Before assuming this position in 2022, Wes was longstanding CEO of LongView, successfully leading the company for 30 years.  During that time, he also worked as financial advisor with many clients – helping them achieve their financial goals through both financial planning and wealth management. 

He was a Certified Financial Planner™ practitioner and began his career in financial services in 1983. Wes graduated cum laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science/History from Utah State University and earned an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University.

Wes lives in Atlanta with his wife Lori and has two grown children.  His son Tyler is married and works with Home Depot corporate. Wes’ daughter Lauren lives in Dunwoody with her husband and three young children.  In his leisure time, Wes enjoys golf, traveling, boating, and paddleboarding with Lori and their dog, Lexie & playing with the grandchildren.

Recent Blog Posts:

The Code of the West            July 27, 2021

The Pit and the Pendulum     June 28, 2017

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