Area CPA Firm awarded Presidents Award and Managing Partner to be Installed as Chairman of National CPA OrganizationKittell, Branagan & Sargent, the St. Albans, Vermont based accounting and consulting firm has been named to receive the 2005 Presidents Award presented by cpasnet.com. The firm was selected from among the 44,000 accounting and business consulting firms across the nation. Dana Kittell, CPA, managing partner and one of the founding partners of KB&S will formally receive the award at the annual meeting of the organization in San Antonio later this year. In addition, he will be installed as the Chairman of the organization for a three-year term.Cornell Rudov, Executive Director of cpasnet.com indicated, Kittell, Branagan & Sargents selection was determined by a panel of leading business professionals and establishes them as a true leader within the accounting profession. The award is presented annually to the firm whose leadership demonstrates dedication to intellectual thinking and greater insight and understanding to American commerce. Without question the selection committee chose Danas firm based in part on his novel and innovative leadership which has created a number of New Englands most recognized tax and accounting experts.Kittell, Branagan & Sargent is a progressive business advisory and accounting firm based in St. Albans Vermont. They handle a wide range of tax, accounting, and business needs, including tax and estate planning, preparation of financial statements and cash flow projections, certified audits and reviews and accounting software consulting. They also specialize in business and investment partnership valuations, litigation support, the development of business plans and budgets and assistance with purchasing, selling, merging, and/or founding a business.Their firm’s objective is to provide prompt, efficient tax, accounting, and consulting services of the very highest quality. They are characterized by a positive, client-oriented attitude. The manageable size of their practice allows a degree of responsiveness and access to KB& Ss principals that are often not available from a large, bureaucratic firm.Kittell, Branagan & Sargent clients cover the broad spectrum of small to medium sized businesses, with a focus on service oriented businesses, nursing homes, hospitals and allied healthcare professionals, light-manufacturing companies and professional practices. KBS also specializes in tax and financial consulting for high-income individuals.In addition to the award, Dana will become Chairman of cpasnet.com for a three-year term commencing in June 2005. At the recent Executive Committee meeting, Dana was selected unanimously to lead the organization. Cpasnet.com is a national consortium of accounting and business consulting firms who have pooled their resources to provide a national overview for their clients while maintaining their local autonomy. Were the firms who comprise cpasnet.com to practice as a single unit, they would constitute the 20th largest accounting firm in the nation. Their strategic alliance with PKF International gives members a worldwide network of practices in 300 countries around the globe.Dana has been practicing accounting for more than thirty years and is a graduate of Champlain College with a degree in accounting. Kittell, Branagan & Sargent, Certified Public Accountants, was founded on May 1, 1986 by Dana Kittell, Christopher Branagan and Gregory Sargent.
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AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThisALPENA, Mich. — Jalin, like many other kids these days, is stuck at home. However, it makes it even worse you you’re trying to celebrate a birthday. He was pretty bummed that he wasn’t having a party this year for his ninth birthday, but things changed when his mom Jessica told him something was happening outside.Jessica wanted to give her son a special present this year, so she called the sheriff’s department to see if they could have a vehicle drive by. Little did she know, they weren’t going to bring just one car. “I fibbed and I said your teacher is going to come tell you happy birthday because he lives right by his school,” she said. “So he was kind of excited about that but then he started seeing the police come around the back of his dad’s house, and then he said, ‘mom I see a cop, I see another one, oh I see the sheriff, oh another one!’ and I think he realized what was going on then.”Jalin said he was not expecting this kind of surprise. “I was really surprised, but really happy at the same time,” he said. “I haven’t had any other birthdays like this.” According to his mom, Jalin has been saying he wants to become a police officer since he was two years old. Whenever he sees one out in public he always wants to go say hi, and if they’re up to it, snap a quick picture. “They do a lot for our city and help us out a lot. I’ve really liked them since I was three or four years old,” he said.Sheriff Kieliszewski was there and even led the singing of happy birthday over the speaker. He also let the birthday boy know how much he appreciates the support. Both the Alpena Police Department and Sheriff’s Department presented him with envelopes containing presents. The sheriff’s department sent him his own patch, and the police department named him a junior officer.Jessica said she’s so thankful for both of the departments making her son’s birthday special. “I would just really like to thank them,” she said. “They went above and beyond and they’re just amazing. I couldn’t have asked for anything more better for him. It was so special for him. He loved it.”AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to MoreAddThis Tags: Alpena Police Department, Alpena Sheriff’s DepartmentContinue ReadingPrevious Local airport to receive grant fundingNext CARES Act provides investors, business owners with opportunities