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CohnReznick LLP announced the elec-
tion of Jonathan R. Collett to its part-
nership in Glastonbury. As a member of
the Financial Services Industry Practice,
he specializes in providing tax services
to the firm's New England and New York
Metro clients.
Sheptoff, Reuber and Company, PC
announced the retirement of John C.
Reuber, one of the two founding mem-
bers of the Glastonbury firm, after 46
years in public accounting. In honor of
his retirement and in lieu of a retirement
party, Reuber requested that the firm
make a contribution in his name to the Connecticut Chil-
dren's Medical Center, a charity that is very near and dear
to him and his family.
BlumShapiro announced a merger with Friedman, Suvalle
& Salomon PC, located in Newton, MA. The merged firm,
which will retain the BlumShapiro name and maintain its of-
fice in Newton, also has offices in Boston and Quincy, MA,
West Hartford and Shelton, CT, and Providence, RI.
Joel Sachs joined Teplitzky & Company,
P.C. in Woodbridge as a principal. He
specializes in tax return compliance,
tax planning, and accounting services.
He is a Certified Senior Advisor, helping
his clients with Medicaid, Medicare, and
Social Security issues.
Burzenski & Company, PC in East Haven named Melody
Mann Fox and William S. Kalinowski partners. Fox spe-
cializes in veterinary practice management and has exper-
tise in financial and tax planning. Kalinowski specializes in
construction, manufacturing, nonprofit, and governmental
engagements.
Lisa A. Lavoie has been promoted to partner at Nicola,
Yester & Company, P.C. in Glastonbury. She provides ac-
counting, attest, tax, and consulting services in the con-
struction, manufacturing, professional service, healthcare,
and non-profit industries, as well as valuation services for
privately owned companies.
Mark Rousseau joined Mahoney Sabol
& Company, LLP in Glastonbury as
tax director.
BlumShapiro has elected Crystal A.
Germanese a partner in the firm's tax
department, serving privately held busi-
nesses in industries including construc-
tion, manufacturing, distribution, and real
estate. She is also a member of the Real
Estate Cost Segregation Services Group.
CzepigaDaly of Berlin and the Law Offices of Sharon L.
Pope in Hartford joined to become CzepigaDalyPope. With
offices in Berlin, Hartford, and Vernon, and an additional of-
fice set to open in Simsbury, the newly combined firm will
have 30 staff members, including eight attorneys. The firm
will offer an integrated array of client services in the areas of
estate planning, elder law, special needs planning, probate
matters, tax planning, estate administration, Medicaid plan-
ning, elder law, and nursing home litigation.
Sheptoff, Reuber and Company, PC in
Glastonbury announced Mary-Jean K.
Parnell as its newest partner. Parnell
specializes in financial and tax reporting
for small businesses with a concentration
in construction.
Christine Gromala was promoted to director of taxation at
Bailey Murphy + Scarano, LLC in Branford.
Christine Festa was appointed assistant controller at
Quinnipiac University in Hamden.
Frank Miceli joined the Hartford office of
Marcum LLP as an assurance partner in
the firm's New England region, where he is
also a member of the National Healthcare
and Not-for-Profit Industry Groups.
Whittlesey & Hadley, P.C. has moved to the 24th floor at
280 Trumbull St. in downtown Hartford. The firm's more
than 100 employees will occupy 25,000 square feet in the
28-story office building.
Whittlesey & Hadley promoted Thomas
Goldfuss to manager in the audit
department. He specializes in real estate,
credit unions, and nonprofit clientele.
Leonard M. Romaniello Jr. was named managing partner
of Lenkowski, Lonergan & Co. LLP in Middlebury.
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