Former AICPA Chair Named to Lancer Board

Olivia F. Kirtley, immediate past chair of the AICPA Board of Directors, has been named to the board of directors for the Lancer Corporation, a manufacturer of beverage dispensing equipment.

Kirtley finished her AICPA term in October 1999 when the chair position was assumed by Robert Elliott. Among her distinctions as chair was her service as both the first woman and the first CPA in industry to hold the position.

Kirtley is vice president of the Louisville, KY-based Vermont American Corporation, a company that manufacturers power tool accessories.

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