The Journal Record Money Movers: April 4, 2011

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The Journal Record Money Movers: April 4, 2011


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CPAs select Trailblazers

The Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants has selected 20 members for the class of 2011 Trailblazers.

The Trailblazers program was established to recognize the innovation, professional dedication and community commitment of the new CPAs, members who are under 40 or have five or fewer years of CPA experience.

"Of the 447 CPAs eligible for this award, these 20 represent current and emerging professional, financial leaders in Oklahoma," said Phil Brockhaus, OSCPA president.

The 2011 Trailblazers include Julie Dawn Aggus, audit senior, DeloitteTax, Jenks; Kimberly S. Beaucourt, managing consultant, BKD, Mustang; Jason Boesch, manager, Oklahoma Rural Electric & Telephone Credit Union, Edmond; Tiffany K. Claxton, manager of financial accounting, Oneok Inc., Bixby; Nam Hoai Do, senior auditor, Grant Thornton, Oklahoma City; Kim R. Fairchild, assurance partner, HoganTaylor Broken Arrow; Patrick J. Heringer, corporate finance analyst, Chesapeake Energy, Edmond; Rodney P. Huss, financial reporting manager, Braden Manufacturing, Broken Arrow; Billye G. Kraus, tax senior associate, Eide Bally, Jenks; Justin A. Moore, general partner, Stanfield and O'Dell, Tulsa; Gary Mornhinweg, associate auditor, Grant Thornton LLP, Edmond; Trebor B. Nall, chief financial officer, Mathena Inc., Edmond; Kami S. Painter, accounting services manager, Muret CPA, Owasso; Ginny Raymer, financial vice president, Junior League of Oklahoma City, Edmond; Shawna Robinson, tax senior, Woodrum Kemendo Tate & Westemeir, Yale; Kim Smith, director of business and finance, Tri County Technology Center, Bartlesville; Micah B. Steelman, tax manager, Peters & Chandler, Edmond; Kyle Stuart, shareholder, Lowe & Webb, Ada; Brian Tims, senior manager, Sartain Fischbein & Co., Tulsa; and T. Carley Williams, managing consultant, Jenks.

Money management seminar offered

A free seminar entitled "Money Management Savvy" is scheduled from 11:30 a. …

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