For his services to San Diego-area youth and his active involvement in numerous organizations, Robert Kevane has been awarded the California Society of CPAs' Public Service Award for 2006.CalCPA annually presents the award to a member with a record of commitment to public service through participation in charitable, governmental or volunteer work that significantly affects the community, state or nation.
"Bob's involvement and efforts should serve as inspiration to all of us," said the chairwoman of CalCPA's Awards & Recognition Committee, Florence Rust, in a statement. "Over the past 12 years, Bob has spent more than 50 percent of his time serving others through civic, church and nonprofit activities."
Kevane heads his own accounting firm in La Mesa, Calif., as well as a real estate brokerage. He has participated as a leader in several San Diego-area nonprofit organizations for more than 35 years.
Kevane has been a foundation board member of the Boys & Girls Clubs of East County since 1995. Under his leadership, the club significantly increased its liquid assets and expanded and improved several clubhouses. He also has served in several roles for the board of directors of the San Diego Blood Bank since 1998.
Since 1992, Kevane has participated in the CalCPA Government Relations Committee's Action Network. He also has given several presentations at area high schools as part of CalCPA's student outreach program.
Through his real estate career, Kevane has served on the Inclusionary Housing Working Group as a member of the City of San Diego & San Diego Housing Commission (2001-02). He also was on the City of San Diego's Affordable Housing Task Force, including four subcommittees (2002-03).
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