Kernutt Stokes Brandt & Co. LLP promotes three employees to senior associate
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Eugene, OR-based Kernutt Stokes Brandt & Co. LLP (KSBC) is proud to announce the recent promotion of John Mlynczyk, Brooke Newman and Julian Warren to senior associate.
Mlynczyk,CPA, joined KSBC in September 2006. Mlynczyk received his Bachelor of Science in mathematics from the University of Oregon.
Newman, CPA, joined KSBC in January 2007. Newman attended the University of Utah for two years and received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Oregon, majoring in accounting with a minor in economics.
Warren, CPA, joined KSBC in July 2006. Warren received his Bachelor of Science from the University of Oregon in 2005 and his Master in accounting in 2006.
Kernutt Stokes Brandt & Co. LLP has served the Oregon community since 1945 and is one of the region’s largest single office accounting firms. The firm’s team of 11 partners and 45 professionals provides traditional accounting services along with technology consulting, 401(k) plan administration, business valuation, retirement planning, business consulting and more. Strategic alliances with Oppenheimer & Co. and AGN International provide access to additional financial planning and international business resources.
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