Robert W. Lewis

Robert W. Lewis, CPA, MBA

Director

Bob graduated from Washington University in Saint Louis in 1978 with a Masters in Business Administration. From 1978 to 1987 he was employed by Deloitte Haskins & Sells nka Deloitte. where he served as a senior manager.

Bob provides a wide variety of accounting, auditing, tax, and business consulting services to his clients. His primary focus is serving closely-held companies in the manufacturing and distribution, healthcare, construction, and professional services industries.

Bob is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, a member and past state director of the Ohio Society of Certified Public Accountants (OSCPA), and a past president of the Dayton chapter of the OSCPA.  He was a founding member of The Dayton B2B Chapter of Business Network Int’l where he served as Secretary/Treasurer.

Bob is a member of the Rotary Club of Oakwood where he served on the board of directors as treasurer, secretary, and director of community service. He is a member of the Church of the Holy Angels in Dayton, Ohio and a former member of the City of Oakwood Budget Review Committee.

Bob serves the business community as a past chair and trustee of the Dayton Area Chamber of Commerce (DACC)  Education and Public Improvement Foundation and is a past trustee and treasurer of the DACC.  He currently serves as a member of the DACC’s audit and finance committee and economic development committee and is a member of the planned giving advisory committee for Dayton Children’s Hospital Foundation.

 

“Excellent service.”

– Barnes Dennig Client, 2021

“Bob Lewis is very responsive to our tax and business needs.  He is very knowledgeable and always prompt, friendly, and helpful.”

– Barnes Dennig Client, 2021

“Barnes Dennig provides excellent customer service and support.  This group is very knowledgeable and always stands ready to assist. Audits can certainly be intimidating, but Barnes Dennig makes the experience a positive one by providing opinions and suggestions to offer improvement to the situation rather than to tear down the processes and procedures.”

– Jennifer P., Director of Finance