eral Society membership. Items submitted should relate
to Connecticut's professional accounting community and
will be included as space allows and at the discretion of
the UConn Honors Banquet with (from left) his wife Debi, son Jeffrey Jr., and daughter Nicole.
cut (UConn) presents the Outstand-
ing Accountant Award to an account-
ing professional in recognition of
that person's outstanding service to
the UConn Accounting Department.
This year's honoree was Pricewa-
terhouseCoopers Hartford partner
and CTCPA member
accounting department's Advisory
Council and speaks regularly at cam-
pus events. He was recognized for his
work in broadening Pricewaterhouse-
Coopers' relationship beyond the tra-
ditional recruiting process, including
assisting in obtaining faculty grants
and fostering alumni relationships.
(NABA) Greater Hartford Chapter Golf Classic are (from left)
CTCPA Advisory Council Member-at-Large J. Tobias Freeman,
Executive Director Art Renner, and Past President John Turgeon.
tion on the golf course while supporting the fifth annual 2012
National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) Greater
Hartford Chapter Golf Classic at Blue Fox Run Golf Course in
Avon. CTCPA served as a hole sponsor for the event, which
raises funds to provide scholarship assistance to minority stu-
dents and encourage them to major in accounting, finance, or