Eric Eberth, United States Air Force, Marine Corps, Army

Eric C. Eberth is a former AH-64D Apache Longbow pilot from Salem, Oregon. Eric joined the military in 1996 as an Air Transportation Journeyman in the United States Air Force. Eric then attended Officer Candidate School with the United States Marine Corps in hopes of becoming an aviator. Given the limited opportunities at the time, Eric changed services once again to the United States Army, serving first as an infantryman and finally as an Apache Longbow pilot.

Eric was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) after deployment to Iraq. Consequently, Eric was medically separated from the armed forces in December 2008.

Eric possesses a BS in Professional Aeronautics from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and was one of the first graduates of the Wall Street Warfighters program hired by Drexel Hamilton. He began working alongside Tom Mead on the municipal finance desk, learning the underwriting and banking aspects of the municipal industry. In 2013, Eric moved to California as part of the firm’s effort to expand its presence in the Golden State. He currently operates from the firm’s San Francisco office as a relationship banker, maintaining relationships with municipal issuers in California and along the West Coast, as well as an institutional sales professional working with industry veteran Brian Davis on fixed income accounts.