At a gala event celebrating its 35th anniversary, the National Conference of CPA Practitioners honored a number of members with awards, including special recognition of three of its founders, and a Lifetime Achievement Award for past president Robert Goldfarb.

[IMGCAP(1)]The three CPAs who were honored with Founders Awards were Ed Kliegman, Irwin Pomerantz and Herb Schoenfeld. They, together with the late Eli Mason, were described as “the Mount Rushmore of NCCPAP” for their roles in founding the organization in the late 1970s.

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