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WebsterRogers adds staff to firm

Regional accounting and consulting firm WebsterRogers LLP (WR) recently announced the addition of new staff.

New Staff      Position        Office Location

Matt Perdue, Staff Accountant,  Florence

Frances Lambe,  Senior,  Myrtle Beach

Tyler Courtright,  Staff Accountant,  Myrtle Beach

Alison Fortnum,  Staff Accountant,  Sumter

Melinda Bedenbaugh,  Senior Manager,  Columbia

Perdue earned his BS degree in accounting and finance from the University of South Carolina. He gained experience working for another accounting firm, prior to joining WR.

Lambe received her BS degree from San Diego State University and her master’s of taxation degree from Georgia State University. She previously worked for a Georgia equipment firm.

Courtright has a BA degree in accounting and finance from Coastal Carolina University. He previously worked for a private business in Conway.

Fortnum has a bachelor of science in business administration degree from the University of South Carolina’s Moore School of Business. Prior to graduation, she interned for WebsterRogers.

Bedenbaugh earned her BS in business administration and master’s of taxation degrees from the University of South Carolina. Her prior experience includes several years of work for WR’s Charleston office.

WebsterRogers offers a complete range of accounting, tax, auditing, and management consulting services.To obtain more information about this and other topics, contact the nearest WebsterRogers LLP office or visit www.websterrogers.com. WebsterRogers’ offices are in Florence, Columbia, Myrtle Beach, Georgetown, Litchfield, Charleston, Summerville, and Sumter in South Carolina.

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