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Concannon, Miller & Co. adds two experienced small business tax managers

Posted by Concannon Miller on Dec 14, 2015 4:10:00 PM

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pat_and_tammie.jpgConcannon, Miller & Co. announces the hiring of two experienced tax managers to its small business services team.

E. Patrick Rush, CPA, serves as a Senior Tax Manager specializing in federal and state compliance, international tax reporting and tax research. He has 30 years of tax and accounting experience, including more than 20 years in public accounting including working for KPMG, EisnerAmper, and Deloitte. 

Mr. Rush most recently worked for the largest independent accounting firm in the Tampa, Florida area and previously held the position of Assistant Treasurer and Director of Taxes for SKF USA. 

He holds a Master’s in Taxation from Drexel University.

Tammie Yearwood, CPA, serves as a Tax Manager with specialized expertise in estates and trusts. She has 25 years of public accounting experience, including 17 years as a Tax Supervisor at O’Connor Davies (formerly Fazio, Mannuzza, Roche, Tankel, Lapilusa) in Cranford, New Jersey.

Ms. Yearwood’s other experience includes preparation of individual, small business and not-for-profit tax returns, as well as roles as Audit Manager for Johnson Lauder & Savidge in Binghamton, New York, and Audit Supervisor for Holtz Rubenstein in Melville, New York.

She holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Accounting from Binghamton University.

Both started with Concannon Miller on Nov. 30 and work in the firm’s Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania office.

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