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olunteers are the life blood of
the Community Accounting Aid
& Services (CAAS) mission of
providing one-on-one accounting as-
sistance to income-disadvantaged in-
dividuals, small businesses, and small
not-for-profit organizations. Our volun-
teers also participate in community-
sponsored low-income tax clinics and
serve as instructors for basic business
and accounting educational courses in
Connecticut. In addition, some serve
as members of our board of directors.
We are very grateful for their service.
Through their actions, people in need
receive professional assistance that
might otherwise be unavailable. They
also help to demonstrate the commit-
ment of CPAs to our state.
The following have given of their time
and skills during the past year. Many
have served in more than one role or
on more than one case.
JamesAlber, Zimmer & Zimmer; Law-
rence Baldyga, Lawrence Baldyga &
Co.;
John Barbosa, John A. Barbo-
sa Jr., CPA;
Michael Blezard, Pue,
Chick, Leibowitz & Blezard;
Nicole
Brangi Torres, Anquillare, Ruocco,
Traester & Co.;
SusanCagno, Susan
Cagno, CPA;
Adam Cohen, Adam
Cohen, CPA;
Donald Carey, Owens
& Company;
HarryClark; EileenCor-
nacchia, Bedard & Company; Chuck
Costello, Costello Company; Denise
Doria, Walter J. McKeever & Co.;
NancyDiLorenzi, Robert E. King & Co.;
David Federman, Federman, Lally &
Remis;
CharlesFrago, Wolf and Com-
pany;
Robert Gollnick, Robert Goll-
nick, CPA;
MatthewHill, Matthew Hill,
CPA;
HopeIgdalsky, Igdalsky & Co.;
Russell Jaeger, Jaeger & Company;
Steven Jarett, Saint Joseph College;
Dannell Lyne, Dylewsky, Goldberg
& Brenner;
John Kalbacher; Judy
Knochenhauer, Falcetta, Wachtel
& Knochenhauer;
Glenn Kuczarski,
Mercik, Kuczarski & Bolduc;
Susan
Lamar, Susan Lamar, CPA; David
Lardie, Lardie & Associates; Thomas
Marien, O'Connor Davies; Maggie
Mayer, Mayer & Associates; Ruth
McGoldrick and Thomas McGoldrick,
McGoldrick & McGoldrick;
Patrick
McMahon, Fulco, DiTommaso, McMa-
hon & Co.;
Richard Merrick, Merrick
& Associates;
Gerald Michalows-
ki, Gerald Michalowsi, CPA; Edwin
Muenzner, Edwin R. Muenzner, CPA;
Walter O'Connell, O'Connell, Pace
& Co.;
James Pallman, Pallman &
Co.;
Paul Piasecki, Piasecki & Com-
pany;
Edward Pikaart, Pikaart Vis-
conti & Associates;
JohnPurtill, Pur-
till & Co.;
Wayne Stanforth, Wayne
Stanforth, CPA;
Lai Sun, Cervallis;
William Tait, Hands on Hartford;
Michael
Thibodeau,
Michael
Thibodeau, CPA;
JamesTraester, An-
quillare, Ruocco, Traester & Co.; and
MarkZampino, CTCPA.
Thank You, CAAS Volunteers!
By Jack Collins, CAAS Executive Director
CAAS Corner
965 East Main St.
Meriden, CT 06450-6006
203-235-2333, ext. 7146
ctcaas@hotmail.com
Succession Planning:
Continuing the Conversation
On the heels of our successful Succession Symposium this fall, CTCPA continues
our tailor-made succession planning series with more in-depth seminars to help you
make the right choices for you and your firm.
Webinar: Getting Ready for an External Transition
May10,2012 CPECreditHours:2
Succession Symposium keynote speaker August Aquila hosts this follow-up webinar
designed to help you better understand the elements of an external transition, what
you can do to prepare for the event, and what you need to have in place to maximize
your firm's value.
Fees $59 Member
$84 Nonmember
Register at www.ctcpas.org/register using express code: WEB510
Reality vs. Fantasy: How to Succeed at a Small CPA Firm
Merger or Acquisition/Sale
June15,2012RockyHill CPECreditHours:4
Ira S. Rosenbloom, CPA will present this candid and interactive presentation on
the current market conditions for small firm mergers and how to get the right deal.
StandardFees
EarlyBirdFees*
$170 Member
$150 Member
$220 Nonmember
$200 Nonmember
Register at www.ctcpas.org/register using express code: RVF
*Early Bird fee good through 5/31/2012.