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Concannon Miller Names New Firm Shareholder

Posted by Concannon Miller on Oct 5, 2020 8:15:48 AM

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Andrew-DesiderioConcannon Miller is pleased to announce Andrew Desiderio, CPA, has been admitted as a shareholder of the firm.

Mr. Desiderio is a leader in the firm’s small business niche, advising manufacturers, retail, real estate, professional services firms and restaurants. He heads Concannon Miller’s Craft Beverage niche and also is a member of its Manufacturing Team.

Mr. Desiderio has obtained his Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Accounting from Lehigh University and has worked in public accounting for more than 10 years. He lives in Bethlehem.

"Andrew has been a vital member of our client service and internal development teams since joining Concannon Miller, and is highly respected by his clients and peers," said Shareholder Andrew Kahn,

Concannon Miller has worked on an evolving leadership transition plan since 2003, including the creation of strategic growth plans and comprehensive management development plans. Mr. Desiderio joins a team of 16 experienced shareholders.

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