Get to know the CPAs and Business Advisors who root for your success.

Our Team

Meet Our Team

Problem solvers. Goal achievers. Tax code decipherers. Small business supporters. Startup mentors.

Also: Parents, little league coaches, shoppers at local small businesses, golf enthusiasts, Philly sport fans, and nonprofit board members. We even have a stand-up comic on our team. Really, our professionals are just like you (unless stand-up comedy isn’t your forte). The difference?  They have a specialty in accounting and a penchant for resolving tax, business, and financial issues.

We’ve come a long way from just being known as pencil pushers. Get to know your CPA and business advisor – arguably one of the most integral members of your business team.

Founding Partners

Alloy Silverstein’s team members remember our founding partners and remain inspired by their dedication and commitment to client service, family, and our South Jersey business community.

  • Marvin D. Alloy, CPA
    • Founding Partner

      1924 – 2015

      Mr. Alloy graduated from University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Finance and Commerce and, together with Raymond Silverstein, established Alloy & Silverstein in 1959 in Pennsauken, NJ. He was active with the firm and serving his clients through the 2010’s.

      Recognized as a 40-year honorary member of the American Institute of CPAs, Mr. Alloy represented clients in varied business enterprises throughout his lengthy career. He developed a specialty in real estate ownership and development, including apartment complexes, shopping centers, hotels and office buildings. Over the years, Mr. Alloy also represented various local water and sewerage companies, consisting of the normal accounting and tax requirements as well as the filing of the annual reports required by the Board of Public Utilities. In a financial, budgetary and economic capacity, Mr. Alloy had served as an advisor to the boards of directors of local corporations and charitable organizations. He was a founding Board Member of AIM-Academy in Manayunk and active in the Crohns and Colitis Foundation of America.

      Mr. Alloy was a true CPA’s CPA and is missed by many in the Philadelphia and South Jersey communities. Honoring the Alloy name, our firm continues to be inspired by his dedication to excellence that he passed on to all who worked alongside of him.

  • Raymond Silverstein, CPA
    • Founding Partner

      1928 – 2014

      Mr. Silverstein graduated Temple University in 1949 and, together with Marvin Alloy, established Alloy & Silverstein in 1959 in Pennsauken, NJ. Except for two years spent in the Armed Forces and one year with the General Accounting Office, his service with the firm had been uninterrupted from graduation until his retirement in 2001.

      Throughout his career, Mr. Silverstein developed specialties with financial organizations and in the area of divorce-related accounting matters, in addition to providing quality tax and accounting services for various South Jersey organizations. Having attended several summer sessions at Harvard Law School where he had taken courses related to taxation and divorce, Mr. Silverstein had undertaken responsibility for the firm’s divorce and litigation department from 1972 until his retirement. Mr. Silverstein held numerous positions within South Jersey financial and healthcare institutions and served as Chairman of the Board of the Kennedy Health Care Foundation. In addition to his business accolades, in 1986 Mr. Silverstein was the recipient of the Daniel B. Toll Humanitarian Award for his humanitarian, philanthropic, and volunteer activities. He was also named Cherry Hill Chamber of Commerce Man of the Year and Macabee Man of the Year.

      A 60-year resident of South Jersey having spent the later years of his life residing in Palm Beach, Florida, Mr. Silverstein retained a strong allegiance to South Jersey. He was married (over 50 years) with two children and one grandchild. He gained the respect and admiration of everyone with whom he came into contact including friends, clients, family and colleagues. His clients and peers sought not only his financial advice but the down-to-earth, everyday issues we all experience.