CPA Society Membership Increases

THE JOURNAL RECORD, November 18, 1996 | Go to article overview

CPA Society Membership Increases


The Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants has accepted the membership of several Oklahoma City CPAs.

The new members are Rita G. Armer, Oklahoma City, Hertz Financial Center; Sheryl J. Bacon, Yukon, Oklahoma State Employees Group Insurance Program; Terena A. Boyer, Norman, Murrell Hall McIntosh & Co.; Roslyn K. Cooke, Edmond, sole practitioner; Gregory E. Crum, Oklahoma City, Hertz Financial Center. Also accepted were Sheila J. Deaton, Yukon, Kerr-McGee Corp; Rebecca S. Doshier, Edmond, Mark Weinstein, CPA; John C. Holleman, Edmond American Express Financial Advisors; Jonathan D. Horn, Norman, sole practitioner; Timothy L. Lance, Edmond, auditor with the Oklahoma State Auditor & Inspector's Office; James E. Little, Harrah, Paul B. Leathers CPA Inc.; Eric T. Lunceford, Edmond, sole practitioner; Kathleen N. McDaniel, Oklahoma City, Klingenberg & Associates; Cynthia L. Moore, Edmond, OU Health Sciences Center.

Others are Trent N. Neaves, Oklahoma City, Coopers & Lybrand; Melinda K. Ross, Yukon, Yukon National Bank; Margaret D. Sherrer, Oklahoma City, Arthur Andersen; Alex K. Varughese, Yukon, Coram Health Care; Jennifer C. Weast, Ninnekah, BancFirst; and Shai D. Wood, Harrison Peck Associates Inc. Services Rick D. Simpson has been named vice president and controller of corporate accounting for Express Personnel Services' international headquarters. He will supervise a team that is responsible for financial accounting and reporting, corporate cash management and taxation, back office operational support, payroll, receivables and payables. Prior to joining Express, Simpson was executive vice president and chief financial officer for City Bank and Trust for 13 years. He began his career as a staff auditor for Arthur Young and Co. Jeanene Taylor has joined Commonwealth Management Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of PCA Solutions, Inc. as a vocational rehabilitation counselor. She will be responsible for performing vocational evaluations, job analysis, ergonomic assessments, as well as vocational counseling and guidance. …

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