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Firm Moves and
Yanouzas was pro-
moted to partner at
Whittlesey & Hadley,
P.C. in Hartford.
Eliot M. Bassin was
promoted to partner
Company, P.C. in
KPS & Company, LLC of West
Hartford merged with the accounting/
tax practice of Barbara Irish, CPA, LLC
in East Hartford. Irish will serve as a
partner in the merged firm's East
Hartford office, conducting operations
under the KPS & Company, LLC name.
Cassie Voegeli
joined Del Conte,
Hyde, Annello & Schuch, P.C. in
Farmington as a senior associate.
Christopher B. Conley
was named
partner at Guilmartin, DiPiro &
Sokolowski, LLC in Middletown.
Nathan Accounting Group, LLC of
Avon merged with Daniel R. Kaufman,
of Middletown. The com-
bined firm will retain the name Nathan
Accounting Group, LLC and the main
location will remain at 200 Fisher Dr.,
Avon. The 871 Newfield St., Middletown
offices of Daniel R. Kaufman, CPA, LLC
will be the new second location of the
Nathan Accounting Group, LLC.
Kevin F. LaChapelle was promoted to
partner at Weinstein & Anastasio, P.C.
in Hamden.
Charles J. Frago
Company, P.C. in
Springfield, Mass. as
a principal.
Marien + Company, LLC combined its
practice with O'Connor Davies
Munns & Dobbins, LLP
. Two part-
ners and eight professional staff mem-
bers have joined O'Connor Davies
Munns & Dobbins and will be based in
the firm's Wethersfield office.
Konowitz, Kahn & Company, P.C.
joined the accounting firm of Marcum
through a merger effective
February 1, 2012. All seven partners
and 30 employees from Konowitz,
Kahn & Company will join the New
England practice of Marcum and work
out of Marcum's New Haven office.
Dannell R. Lyne was named partner at
Dylewsky, Goldberg & Brenner, LLC in
Alan J. Nathan (left), managing member of
Nathan Accounting Group, LLC, welcomes new
principal Daniel R. Kaufman.
AICPA Accepting Applications for 2012 Leadership Academy
The AICPA is now accepting applications for the 2012 AICPA Leadership Academy. The four-day pro-
gram engages candidates in a self-examination of leadership, what it means, and how it impacts their
personal life, their career path, and the CPA profession. CPAs between the ages of 25 and 35 can
apply online. In addition, AICPA members and state CPA societies can nominate promising candidates.
Applications are due Tuesday, May 15. Visit to learn more.