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Greg Feucht has become one of the newest owners of Huberty & Associates SC, Fond du Lac. Feucht, who is a CPA and a CVA, initially joined the firm in 1999. He is experienced in QuickBooks consulting and heads up the firm’s technology practice. … Kolb+Co., Brookfield, has made a couple of new hires and promotions. Amy Becker and Robert Sykes have joined the firm as an accounting associates and payroll specialists. Matt Kulakow and Johnnie Bannier have returned to the firm as a seasonal tax senior. Jennifer Shotola has joined as a seasonal tax specialist. Rebecca Hinchey joined the firm as a part-time office assistant. Tax interns Tom Novotny and Ali Wilkins also returned to the firm for the busy tax season. James Boutelle, Kimberly Olson and Amanda Senkbeil has joined as a tax intern. Auditing and accounting interns Nic Papke and Jacquelyn Roloff have returned to Kolb+Co. for a second busy tax season. Nate Greene, Ben Latendresse, Matthew Walter and Matt Evanoff have joined the firm as an audit and accounting intern. In other Kolb+Co. news, shareholder and president Tom Luken, was elected as a director for the Council of Small Business Executives. The firm’s shareholder and health care consultant Suzanne Denzine was recently featured in a Member Spotlight on the Wisconsin Women Entrepreneurs Greater Milwaukee, Inc. website. The firm’s director of Financial Planning & Investment Services Valerie Johnson, was recently welcomed to the 2013 Board of Directors for Wheaton Franciscan – North Market Foundations as vice president of the board. … Mark DeBroux, Steve Franke and Lonnie Hampton, have recently been named shareholders at Schenck SC.

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