Barry Glassman, CFP

Barry Glassman, CFP®

His vision for starting GWS was to deliver investment strategies and wealth management services typically available at the highest levels of wealth. Today, clients benefit from these sophisticated financial services targeted to meet their unique needs.

The 10th Annual Chef Night to benefit the National Brain Tumor Society was a success raising over $50,000 to advance a cure for brain tumors.

The sold-out event was held last Saturday, October 15 at Cities Restaurant and Lounge in Washington, DC.  Barry Glassman once again donned his chef coat to help prepare the six-course tasting menu paired with hard-to-find-hard-to-get wines brought in from around the world for the event.

Barry Glassman founded Chef Night 10 years ago as a way to honor his best friend, Seth Feldman who lost his battle to a brain tumor while still in high school.  Since then, Barry has devoted more than half his life to raising funds and awareness to advance a cure.  Bonnie Feldman, Seth’s mother and founder of the Brain Tumor Society (now the National Brain Tumor Society) was in attendance along with Paul Tonthat, the Executive Director of the NBTS.

The Chef Night Silent Auction, a favorite of wine connoisseurs, featured many magnums, double magnums and even larger format wines from boutique wineries in California, France, Spain and Italy. Guests bid and outbid each other during the Live Auction for an exclusive, first-class trip to Napa with private tours with the winemakers of some of the best wineries in the world.

Glassman Wealth Services wants to thank all of those who gave their time, money and support so generously to make Chef Night a success!




































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