Cohen Fund Audit Services, northeast Ohio-based CPA firm focused on the investment industry, participated in the American Lung Association’s 2014 Fight for Air Climb March 22.
The team raised $1,625 for the cause by climbing 1,034 steps up 47 floors of the U.S. Bank Center, the tallest building in Milwaukee, and was named the fastest corporate team to reach the top.
“The climb is, without a doubt, one of the most challenging physical tests many of us have ever experienced,” stated Marcy Conklin, a partner at Cohen Fund Audit Services and leader of the “Air Cohen” team. “But the biggest challenge we hoped to overcome was to surpass our fundraising goal of $1,000 for the American Lung Association. We are so proud of what we were able to raise for the cause.”
Members of “Air Cohen” included Joe Brennan, Marcy Conklin, Anthony Fabris, Jeff Haneline (finishing 36th overall), Emily Harrington, Andy Mallow, Kevin McNamara (finishing 21st overall and third in his age category), Mike Meckstroth and Keren Nass.
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