Councilor, Buchanan & Mitchell CPAs, one of the leading firms in the Washington, D.C., area, celebrated its 90th anniversary with an event in early November.

The firm now known as CBM was founded in January 1921 by James Allan Councilor Sr., and is one of the largest and oldest in the Washington, D.C. Metro area. It provides audit, accounting, tax and consulting services to individuals, business and organizations in a variety of industries, including automotive, not-for-profit, construction, and real estate development and operation.

"We are proud of the accomplishments and dedication of the generations of partners who led the firm and the wonderful employees who supported us over its 90 years and recognize that CBM would not be the firm it is today if not for them," said president and managing partner S. Vincent Crescenzi. "There is value in tradition and it is with great honor and pride that we celebrate the firm's 90th anniversary. Our longevity includes the accomplishments of those partners, professionals, and support team members who preceded us, showing us how to serve clients and the community, and instilling in us the importance of professional integrity, objectivity and service that is and always will remain an important part of the certified public accounting profession. At CBM, we will proudly continue to serve our clients and the community by these values."

Among those present at the November celebration at Columbia Country Club were, naturally, the firm's partner group (pictured from left to right): Richard Morris, John Comunale, Vince Crescenzi, Anthony Cuozzo, Pete Reilly, Dan Weaver and Jim Tortorella.

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