A founding principal of the firm, Martin is responsible for starting the wealth management business. A decision to register with the SEC in 1985 and become an independent investment advisor laid the cornerstone for Treybourne Wealth Planners. Martin cofounded our partner firm, Sherman & Armbruster, LLP, in 1982 when he approached Pat Sherman about a potential accounting partnership. Martin previously had worked for a regional CPA firm and had served as Controller of a Southside construction products company.
A 1971 graduate of the Latin School of Indianapolis, Martin earned a bachelor's degree at the University of Notre Dame in 1975. He became a Certified Public Accountant in 1978, earned a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER® (CFP®) designation in 1982, and was awarded a Personal Financial Specialist (PFS) designation in 1995. He is a member of the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) and the Indiana CPA Society. In 2014, Martin was selected to join the All-Star Financial Group, a national association of distinguished CPA's who specialize in financial, tax and investment planning for high net worth clients. All-Star members are a self-selected group of the Nation's top CPA Financial Advisors.
Martin has served as President of the Board of the Johnson County Community Foundation and President of the Board at Roncalli High School. He has served on parish finance committees at 3 Southside Indianapolis parishes. He organized the St. Baldrick's Foundation fund-raising event in Indianapolis for eight years, raising in excess of $375,000 for children's cancer research. He currently serves as a consultant for the Johnson County Community Foundation.
Martin enjoyed coaching his two sons in various sports and presently participates in several outdoor activities, including running, biking, hiking and golf. Martin is married to Carol Kennedy-Armbruster, PhD. Carol is a faculty member at Indiana University.
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