CPA Dennis Scott was elected to a second term as president of the National Conference of CPA Practitioners during the organization's 28th annual conference, held in Philadelphia in mid-October. New members of the board of directors for 2006-07 were also announced during the conference.Scott is a partner in Gruver, Zweifel & Scott LLP CPAs, in Oneonta, N.Y. He has served two terms as vice president of the national organization, and during the past 20 years has served on numerous committees for both NCCPAP and the New York State Society of CPAs.
CPA Walter D. Smith, a partner at Smith Wegner CPAs and Consultants, a CPA firm in Baraboo, Wis., will serve as executive vice president.
Other elected officers include:
* Vice president William G. Bostick, a CPA and partner with the firm of Bostick, Murphy & Co. CPAs PC, in Mount Kisco, N.Y., and a founder of Asset Preservation Ltd.
* Vice president Karen Giunta, a CPA with her own practice based in Hicksville, N.Y.
* Todd D. Newman, a CPA who was elected to a sixth term as vice president. He is a practicing CPA in his own firm, in Carmel, N.Y.
* Secretary Lana Kupferschmid, a CPA who owns firm, Kupferschmid & Associates, with locations in Hillsdale, N.J., and New City, N.Y.
* Treasurer Andrew L. Hult, who has been a CPA in public practice for 20 years.
Four CPAs were also named directors: Harold Ogulnick, a founding partner of Ogulnick & Ogulnick, in Port Washington, N.Y.; Ronald C. Tockman, a CPA with his own firm serving clients in eastern Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire; Jay I. Rosenbaum, a partner with Greenberg and Levy CPAs, in New York City; and Neil H. Fishman, a CPA in private practice in Deerfield Beach, Fla.
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