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Thomas D. Comer
Job Title/Place of Work:
Comer & Company, CPAs, LLC
I decided to become a CPA because:
my dad was a corporate finance officer who never
had the opportunity or education to become a CPA. I wanted to be a CPA before
I knew what one was.
My favorite television show is:
anything on the Military Channel.
My all-time favorite movie is:
any baseball movie.
The best vacation I ever took was:
our Block Island boating at Payne's Dock.
If I could have dinner with any celebrity, living or dead, I would choose:
If I weren't a CPA, I would be a:
Something people would be surprised to know about me is:
I'm a United States Air Force
Vietnam-era veteran who was a crew chief on F-4 Phantom fighter jets.
What I love most about Connecticut is:
being close to the water.
What I love most about being a CPA is:
working, and caring, for my clients for more than 30 years.
So far, the highlight of my career has been:
when my wife passed the CPA Exam in March
2011 and our son declared accounting as his major at Bentley University.
The best advice I ever received was:
"You're only as good as your last at-bat."
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(from left) Jonathan, Tom, Anne, and Evan Comer in front of the
Baseball Hall of Fame, where Evan played an American Legion game.
Anne and Evan are also CSCPA Pledges, and Evan was awarded a
2009 CSCPA Outstanding High School Accounting Student Award.