Ryan is passionate about 360-degree, holistic financial planning and helping ordinary people experience uncommon success.  As an active investor and behavior coach, he understands what it takes to develop positive financial habits and consistently make progress towards your future goals.

Ryan grew up in Lima, Ohio and attended Shawnee High School.  He was part of the 1997 American Legion Baseball State Championship Team and ate a steady diet of Kewpee hamburgers along the way.  His senior year of high school, Ryan was honored to receive a nomination from John Glenn to attend the United States Military Academy, eventually graduating with degrees in management and short haircuts.

After graduating from West Point and successfully completing Ranger training, Ryan went on to serve two combat tours in Iraq.  It was in Iraq, operating in unfamiliar environments, that Ryan learned how important it was to pay attention to details and quickly adapt when your situation changes.

Now as a CFP® professional advisor, Ryan has helped hundreds of clients learn to do the same:  Recognize and understand their surroundings, analyze strengths and weaknesses, develop a plan, execute the plan…and most importantly, adjust your plan accordingly when necessary.

 

Family: Ryan has been happily married to Amber for over 15 years. They have four children: Abigail, Madelyn, Charlie, and Nora.  Their children attend Westerville North, Walnut Springs Middle School, and Mark Twain Elementary.  Ryan’s children are actively involved in the Westerville Aquatic Club (WAC) Swim Team, Express FC Soccer Club, Highlands Park Otters Swim & Dive Team, Westerville Youth Baseball/Softball League (WYBSL), and Buckeye Gymnastics.

Faith:  The Bosler family attends LifePoint Westerville.  They are involved in various ministries: men’s groups, women’s groups, WyldLife/YoungLife, children’s ministry, and various church plants and gospel-advancing organizations locally and globally.

Fun:  Ryan enjoys being active in weightlifting, running, swimming, and tennis and is also a voracious reader.  He’s currently interested in topics such as Christian discipleship and spiritual development, behavioral finance, and the ways different generations interact with one another.  As a family, the Boslers enjoy sports, movies, Mexican food, and ice cream.