People News: April 25, 2014
Former FBI agent Ernest C. Cooper, JD, CPA/CFF, CFE has joined Vicenti, Lloyd & Stutzman LLP, Glendora, as lead partner for the Forensic Services Division.
Diahann W. Lassus, CFP, CPA/PFS, and Clare E. Wherley, CPA, CFP, president and CEO, respectively, of Lassus Wherley, Bonita Springs, and financial planner Suzanne C. Low, JD, CFP, were selected as 2014 Five Star Wealth Managers.
Elizabeth A. Fisher, CPA, and Jonathon D. Eade, CPA, MBA, have been admitted to partner at Jones, Nale & Mattingly PLC, Louisville.
David Laubi has joined Stone Carlie, Clayton, as director of lender advisory services, a new extension of the firm’s consulting services that offers lender advisory services to financial institutions and businesses.
Conor Moore has been named national co-leader of the venture capital practice of KPMG LLP, New York City. Mendy Kwestel has joined the corporate finance practice of EisnerAmper LLP, New York City, as a director.
Jeremy Senften, CPA, has rejoined Rea & Associates, New Philadelphia, in the newly created position of director of finance and operations. Senften began his career at Rea in 2001, and left in 2011 for a position in industry.
Gregory Cowhey has joined the Philadelphia office of McGladrey LLP as a principal, guiding the firm’s financial advisory services investigations and dispute practice for the Philadelphia New Jersey market.
Brian Joyce, director of information technology and security for Decosimo, Chattanooga, has earned the Certified Common Security Framework Practitioner designation from the Health Information Trust Alliance.
Michael Walton has joined Brown Edwards, Roanoke, as director of business development.
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