Glenn C. Dahlke is the Director of Fee-Based Investing with NorthStar Wealth Partners. In this capacity, he is responsible for working as a resource and in concert with NorthStar’s various Wealth Advisors toward sound and balanced investment outcomes for their clients. His collaborative, hands-on approach to asset management combines cohesive financial modeling and prudent economic theory.

A 35-year veteran of the industry, Glenn still owns and operates his own personal practice on the principle that local communities deserve committed and competent financial guidance. He always advises his clients on the viability of multi-generational small businesses when properly integrated with financial planning and asset management.

Today he operates his practice out of a post-and-beam barn located in Lyme, CT. Glenn specializes in providing comprehensive financial advisement and investment services to established individuals, multi-generational families and trusts, municipalities, small business owners and community non-profits. His clientele is located across the country.
Glenn has been affiliated with LPL Financial, NorthStar’s broker dealer and one of the largest independent broker dealers in the United States, since he launched his independent financial planning practice with his father in 1990. Prior to that, he spent 13 years affiliated with Connecticut General Life Insurance Company. Up until four years ago, Glenn’s offices were located in Glastonbury, Connecticut.

Glenn earned his Bachelor of Arts in Politics from Ohio Wesleyan University in 1975. Glenn is also a published writer, writing a regularly featured investment column for the website www.livingtrustnetwork.com. He currently resides in Lyme, CT, with his wife and three of his five children. In addition to his financial planning business, Glenn also owns and operates Ashlawn Farm, a 120-acre working farm where he lives and works. The farm also serves as the headquarters for Ashlawn Farm Coffee (www.farmcoffee.com) and The Lyme Farmers Market, which was voted “in the top 20 ” nationally in the small market category by American Farmland Trust.

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