William C. Heath has a Bachelor of Science degree from USC. He played eleven years of baseball, working behind the plate for the Houston Astros, Detroit Tigers, and Chicago Cubs. Off season, he spent three years as an auditor for Haskins & Sells, Certified Public Accountants, and after hanging up his mitt in 1970, joined the firm of Price Waterhouse & Company as a
member of the professional audit staff.
In 1972, he founded Barrington Financial Advisors. Mr. Heath became a Certified Financial Planner and attained his MBA from the University of Houston, while simultaneously building the solid reputation the firm enjoys today.
Mr. Heath has lectured to many educational, civic, and business organizations on a variety of topics. He is the author of articles that have appeared in the Financial Planner, ICFP Journal, and Houston Business Journal regarding financial planning.
He was on the adjunct faculty of the College For Financial Planning, past president of the Houston Society of the Institute of Certified Financial Planners, a member of The Financial Planning Association, is registered with the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), and holds a real estate and mortgage broker license. Mr. Heath was nominated for Certified Financial Planner of the Year for 1985.
Worth Magazine has repeatedly selected him as one of the Top 250 Financial Advisors. He served on Board of Royal Oaks CC, as Chairman of Sweetwater CC Advisory Board, past president of LifeTimeOuts—a Christian professional athletes organization, is past president of Pecan Grove Plantation Property Owners Association and is a member of River Point Church of Sugar Land, Texas.