Rohrer College of Business @ Rowan University
Paul Tully, Certified Financial Planner, Eagle Wealth Strategies
Paul, a Certified Financial Planner professional and Raymond James registered principal, specializes in providing clients with comprehensive wealth management, retirement and investment planning services.
Paul has assisted area families and businesses in the accumulation and preservation of capital since 1975. In 1989, Paul envisioned creating a fee-based, independent financial planning firm that would serve as an alternative to the traditional bank, brokerage and insurance firms. That vision has resulted in Paul founding Eagle Wealth Strategies, an independent firm, which allows Paul to focus on retirees, professionals, business owners and their families who are seeking a long-term financial planning relationship.
In 1981, he contributed two chapters on retirement and executive benefit planning to the book Strategic Planning and Control Techniques for Profit by Dr. Robert E. Pritchard and Bruce M. Bradway. Most recently in 2014, Paul was published in The Wall Street Journal where he discussed taking Social Security.
An active member of his community, Paul serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Rowan University Foundation, and as a board member of the Gateway Regional School District's Board of Education. Paul also has served as Chairman of the Underwood Memorial Hospital Foundation, President of the Wenonah Athletic Association, and as a board member of The Bank.
A graduate of Rowan University, Paul holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Management. On September 28, 2012 Paul received the Distinguished Business School Alumni Award of the Rohrer College of Business.
Paul and his wife Kathy are long-time residents of Wenonah, New Jersey. They have three sons who are also in the financial services industry. With his free time, Paul pursues a variety of civic activities with his alma mater and local charities. He enjoys golfing, reading, and most of all, spending time with his granddaughter Graycen.