Robert J. Ciaruffoli, chairman and chief executive officer of regional CPA and business advisory firm Parente Randolph, has been named chairman of the Pennsylvania State Board of Accountancy. Ciaruffoli joined Parente Randolph in 1979, and served as the firm's president and chief operating officer from 1990 to 1999. He was elected chairman and chief executive in 2000. The firm has 19 offices and 54 partners. In 2004, it generated $52 million in revenues. The Pennsylvania board regulates the public accounting practice and CPAs, and its functions include licensure and registration, and enforcing CPE requirements and standards of professional conduct.

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