Bubbler Executive of the Week

Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 10:01 am

Dale Muehl, chief operating officer, partner at Wipfli LLP in Wauwatosa

Name:  Dale Muehl

Title:  Firm wide chief operating officer and managing partner of the Milwaukee Office

Company:  Wipfli LLP

Company address:  10000 Innovation Drive, Suite 250, Milwaukee, WI 53226

Company web site:  www.wipfli.com   

Industry:  Public accounting/consulting

Education:  BBA in Accounting from the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater, Certified Public Accountant

Family:  Wife, Lori, married 26 years; daughter, Nicole – 23; and son, Brian – 19

Hobbies and Interests: Sports (primarily football and baseball); volunteering as a board member of the Alzheimer’s Association of Southeastern Wisconsin; political blogging; collecting bar paraphernalia for my home pub at our family lake house.

Favorite book and/or movie:  Favorite Book – “Term Limits” by Vince Flynn; and “First Among Equals” by Patrick McKenna; Favorite Movie – Swordfish
Favorite musician/band:  Coldplay

Favorite place to visit/vacation:  London and our family lake house

Favorite local restaurant:  Weissgerber’s Gasthaus

Words to live by:  “In all aspects of life, one should be looking to constantly improve themselves and those around them, and Bigger, Better, Faster, Cheaper.”

What is your core philosophy for doing business?  “Do everything with uncompromised integrity.   With integrity as your core value and your north star, you can successfully execute any business model.”

Who is your role model and why?  “My late father. He was a genuine person grounded by strong values and always put others ahead of himself. He was universally liked and respected due to the respect he gave to those around him.”

What was the funniest thing that has ever happened to you?  “When I was a kid, my two twin sisters and I were ice skating on river near our home. Suddenly, my left foot went through the ice and for some reason I couldn’t pull it back out. So, instead of chipping the ice away and trying to help me get my foot out, they ran home. Only when they got there and my mom asked them where I was, did they tell her, otherwise, they may have said nothing. So much for brotherly love!”

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