Rice, Sullivan accountants receive promotions
Rice, Sullivan & Co., Ltd. recently announced the promotions of Kristen Friederich and Jason Miller.
Friederich, formerly a staff accountant, joined Rice, Sullivan & Co. in 2007. In her new role as senior accountant, she specializes in providing comprehensive audit, compilation, and tax services to the firm's clients. She received her Master of Science degree in accountancy and Bachelor of Science degree in marketing from Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville. She currently resides in Shiloh, Illinois.
Miller joined Rice, Sullivan & Co. in 2007. Previously a staff accountant, he now serves as a senior accountant and provides comprehensive audit and tax services for the firm's clients. Miller works with an array of clients and focuses primarily on serving small businesses. Miller is a graduate of Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville where he received his Bachelor of Science degree in accounting. In addition, he graduated from Webster University with a Master of Business Administration degree. Miller currently resides in Belleville, Illinois with his wife and son.
Established in 1953, Swansea, IL-based Rice, Sullivan & Co. provides accounting and advisory services to clients throughout the region. The firm's team provides traditional accounting and tax services in addition to technology consulting, employee benefit plan administration, business valuation, and business consulting. Rice, Sullivan & Co. maintains specialties in the agriculture, auto dealerships, construction, financial institutions, manufacturing, professional service firms, not-for-profit, and technology sectors.
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