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Robert T. Sinnaeve, CFP®

(248) 538-9755

(248) 262-7960

Bob joined SS&H Financial Advisors, Inc. in 1992, becoming a minority owner in 1999.

Bob earned a Masters of Business Administration from Wayne State University with a dual concentration in Finance and International Business. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics with a minor in Finance from Oakland University, of Rochester Hills, Michigan.  Bob was awarded the Certified Financial Planner (“CFP”) certification in March 2016 and in February 2020 he was awarded the Accredited Investment Fiduciary® (AIF®) Designation from the Center for Fiduciary Studies.  

Bob began his financial career at Security Bank & Trust. While there he was responsible for daily customer interaction as well as branch management issues, spanning over three regions and encompassing 18 branches. Transferring to the Commercial Loan Department, he became a Senior Analyst where his duties included detailed financial analysis of potential clients as well as preparation for weekly senior management review committees.

Currently Bob is the owner of SS&H and is responsible for portfolio management, equity research and compliance.  Bob has always enjoyed the personal aspect of investment management. "working with our clients to help them meet their financial goals is the most rewarding part of being a financial advisor."

Gerald DeHondt

Vice President


Jerry joined SS&H Financial Advisors, Inc. in December 2019, after Jerrmar Capital Management, Inc. of which Mr. DeHondt was the President, merged with SS&H Financial Advisors, Inc.

Jerry provides investment management and other investment services to our clients.  He graduated from Wayne State University (Bachelor of Science in Management), St. John's University (MBA in Finance and Advanced Professional Certificate in Accounting), New York University (MBA in Management), and Oakland University (Certificate in Financial Planning). 

Mr. DeHondt earned a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation in 1980. According to the CFA Institute, to be awarded the CFA charter one must have four years of qualified investment experience, pledge to adhere to the CFA Institute Code of Ethics and Standards of Professional Conduct on an annual basis and complete the CFA Program.  The CFA Program is organized into three levels, each culminating in a six-hour exam. The disciplines of study include accounting, economics, ethics, equity analysis, fixed income analysis, portfolio management and statistics.  The CFA Institute describes the CFA designation as follows: “First introduced in 1963, the Chartered Financial Analyst designation, or CFA charter, has become the most respected and recognized investment credential in the world.”

Operational Team Members

Kathryn Schultz (Katie) - Executive Assistant/Office Manager

Anna Rose - Executive Assistant

Sandra Sinnaeve - Treasurer