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Edward Rothweil



Edward Rothweil




Ed joined Plancorp in 2017 to lead our accounting department. His extensive background in accounting and management makes him a great asset to the team.

Ed was born and raised in South City. After graduation, he spent 16 years in store management positions. In 2012, he pivoted to accounting-focused roles, working as the Cash and General Ledger Manager at PH Financial Services and a Staff Accountant at Propper International.

An avid home brewer, Ed still resides in South City and enjoys taking advantage of its diverse activities. During the summer, he rarely misses the Missouri Botanical Garden’s Whitaker Music Festival. He actively participates in a Berra Park co-ed softball league, through which he hit the ultimate home run in 2010—meeting his now-wife, Jolena.

  • Lindenwood University, BA Management
  • University of Missouri-St. Louis, Accounting


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