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Concannon Miller Announces 2019 Promotions

Posted by Concannon Miller on Oct 11, 2019 2:09:58 PM

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2019 promotionsConcannon Miller is proud to announce the promotions of several of its CPAs.

All of Concannon Miller’s CPAs undergo 40 hours of technical training each year at a minimum to maintain our standard of excellence in providing tax and accounting services.

In their new positions, the CPAs will take an increased role in assisting the firm’s clients in tax planning and other proactive business consulting. The promoted CPAs are:

  • Tammie Yearwood, CPA, was promoted from Manager to Senior Manager. She heads the firm’s Estate & Trust Services team.
  • Laura Guidry, CPA, was promoted from Staff Accountant to Senior Staff Accountant. She works in the firm’s McDonald’s Group.
  • Lauren Wieser, CPA, was promoted from Staff Accountant to Senior Staff Accountant. She works in the firm’s Accounting, Audit & Tax Group. 

“They’ve each demonstrated significant advancement in their skills and competencies,” Concannon Miller President & COO Ted Witman said. “Their promotions will continue our progress of creating stronger client service teams.”

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