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Sonny Martin Joins the GunnChamberlain Team

By January 21, 2014Individuals

It is a new year and GunnChamberlain, PL is expanding once again!  In December, Sonny Martin joined the GunnChamberlain team, bringing his staff as well.  Mr. Martin is a long time friend and former partner of Marshall Gunn and brings 35 years of public accounting experience to the firm.  Together, the team of Marshall Gunn, Joel Chamberlain and Sonny Martin provide a wide variety of services in public accounting, tax expertise, audit, planning, estates and trusts, CFO business consulting, and regulatory compliance.

Sonny Martin is joined by his experienced team of CPAs and accounting staff.  Kenny Krey, CPA has several years of tax experience and uses his experience as a former CFO to provide outsourced CFO accounting services to clients.  Kristen Rau, CPA provides tax consulting and preparation services for clients in a wide variety of industries.  Tina Colburn prepares taxes, provides accounting services for clients, and assists with firm administration.

In addition to the merger news, GunnChamberlain has also added some additional tax help.  Paul Black, CPA joined the team in December.  Paul literally wrote the review course on successfully navigating and passing the CPA exam through his company Black CPA Review.  Michael McLeod joined the team in January as a transplant from South Carolina where he was a tax manager for a CPA firm for several years.  You will also see an additional new face at the front desk as Kinika Callaway joins our firm admin team.  Kinika brings years of experience in customer relations.

Lastly, congratulations are in order for the four members who made partner in 2014: Isaac Brohinsky, Trey Gunn, Don Drummond and Kenny Krey.  These members have been groomed and trained by the senior partners and through hard work and excellent customer service have earned this opportunity to continue to lead the firm forward.

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