Katrina transplant joins firm

Cleveland-based Ciuni & Panichi is pleased to announce the following addition to its professional staff.

Eileen Andrus has recently joined the firm as a nanager in the audit & accounting services department. Andrus is a hurricane Katrina transplant to northeast Ohio. She has over 20 years accounting experience which includes having her own CPA practice in New Orleans. She is currently an adjunct accounting orofessor at Stark State College where she teaches non-profit and governmental accounting, as well as managerial accounting. Andrus is a CPA with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, Louisiana and an MBA from the University of Phoenix.

Ciuni & Panichi, Inc., a C&P Advisors company, complements traditional accounting, auditing, and tax services with a broad range of management advisory services including assistance with obtaining financing, mergers and acquisitions, business valuation, financial forecasts and projections, succession planning, and litigation support, among others. C&P Advisors, LLC is also comprised of National Investor Services, Ltd., a financial planning and investment advisory firm and Joel Strom Associates LLC, a management consulting firm.

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