Raymond W. Buehler Jr. CPA

Ray joined Schneider Downs in 1975, becoming chief executive officer in 1985. He served as Chairman of the firm from 2014-2017. Today, Ray remains of special counsel with the firm. His administrative accounting capabilities are enhanced by his in-depth understanding of the acquisition and sale of businesses and general business planning, including consulting. 

Education

B.S. - Business Administration, University of Notre Dame

Professional and Community Involvement

Member—American and Pennsylvania Institutes of Certified Public Accountants and the Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants

Board Member—World Presidents Organization, Pittsburgh Chapter

Past Chairman and Board Member—Young Presidents Organization, Pittsburgh Chapter

Past President, Executive Committee Member, Advisory Board Chairperson and Board Member—Notre Dame Club of Pittsburgh

Board Member—Neighbors in the Strip

Board Member—Vincentian Collaborative System Foundation

Allegheny Conference, Regional Investor Council

Member—AICPA Nominations Committee

Advisory Boards of numerous closely held entities

Do you have a hobby or personal passion?
My passions are family, friends and travel

What was the best advice you’ve ever received?
The advice to pass on the Big 8 (it was a long time ago) and find a good local CPA firm to start my career

Who was your role model?
I’m fortunate to have had three role models:
Raymond W. Buehler, Sr., for his integrity and values, and his commitment to family and integrity
Bill Hoag, who preached to “kill ‘em with kindness”
Jim Schneider, who taught the value of marketing with a commitment to working hard

What was your childhood dream?
To be like my father, with a commitment to family, as well as business and financial success.

If you could go back in time, what advice would you give your college self?
I wouldn’t change a thing. 

 
What is the best or most interesting thing about your career?

The fact that I’ve been part of the same company for more than 41 years, and the fact that we’ve grown from 22 employees to more than 400…while keeping our corporate culture and focus intact. 

What was your first job?
I was a bus boy at Bonanza restaurant, making $1 an hour. 

Do you have a “motto?”
One word:  Care. 

Do you have advice for young professionals?
Stay with public accounting and find your passion. The experience will serve you well no matter where your career path leads. Most of all: Care about all that you do, and you will succeed. 

Raymond W. Buehler Jr.  CPA

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