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Five Promoted at Maner Costerisan

Showcasing its commitment to fostering talent in the region, Maner Costerisan recently announced the promotion of five employees to management positions within the full-service …

Showcasing its commitment to fostering talent in the region, Maner Costerisan recently announced the promotion of five employees to management positions within the full-service public accounting and business advisory firm.

“We are firmly dedicated to nurturing our talent along the career path toward expertise in their respective fields,” said Director of Administration Kris Latchaw. “Because of their previous experience and familiarity with the Maner Costerisan culture, these new managers will be able to best serve our clients as well as position themselves as mentors in grooming our future talent for continued service and success.”

The five employees who have been promoted to managers at Maner Costerisan are:

Tyler Baker, CPA: Baker, who joined the firm in 2015 as an associate, was promoted to audit manager specializing in the niche areas of real estate and government.

Kasey Roth, CPA: Roth, who joined the firm in 2015 as an associate, was promoted to audit manager specializing in the niche areas of telecommunications, nonprofits and government.

Seth Meyer: Meyer, who joined the firm in 2015 as an associate consultant, was promoted to technology manager. He holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Davenport University.

Bethany Verble, CPA, CFE: Verble, who joined the firm in 2015 as an associate, was promoted to audit manager. She holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and fraud investigation from Davenport University.

Joseph Burelle, CPA: Burelle, who joined the firm in 2015 as an associate, was promoted to tax manager and will serve in the niche areas of tax preparation and planning services on Internal Revenue Service and state audits, tax research, and mentoring/training 

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