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Sisterson Selects New MP


Brad Lusk has been tapped as the new managing partner at Sisterson & Co. LLP. He succeeds William Troup, who has served as managing partner since 1997.  

Troup announced his impending retirement from the firm but will continue in his role as assurance services partner until that time.  

“The partners and I are very happy to see Brad step into the role of managing partner here at Sisterson,” Troup said in a statement. “We are confident in his ability to carry on the Sisterson mission.”

Lusk, who currently leads Sisterson’s not-for-profit practice, joined the firm in 1991. He provides accounting and auditing services to privately owned, middle market clients in a variety of industries. In addition, he acts as co-chair of Sisterson’s manufacturing and distribution practice area. He also leads the firm’s quality control program, continuing education and staff recruitment.

“I am honored that the partners have expressed their confidence in me by electing me to the post of managing partner,” Lusk said in a statement. “I look forward to continuing Sisterson’s mission to enhance the success of our clients through our commitment, creativity, and competencies as a respected and responsive provider of value-added financial services.”  

Lusk is a licensed CPA in Pennsylvania and West Virginia and is a member of the AICPA and the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He earned his B.S. in Business Administration and Accounting from West Virginia University.


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