January 9, 2017
Randy Reimer and Tom McGuinness, the founding partners of Reimer, McGuinness & Associates, P.C., (RMA) are honored to announce the admission of two new shareholders, Deborah (Deb) Keener, CPA and Max R. Dunlap, CPA, CFE, effective January 1, 2017.
Deb has been with RMA for over four years and has over 30 years of experience in the CPA world. In the past, she has worked locally for some of the “Big 4” CPA firms, including Arthur Anderson. Deb has particular expertise helping businesses and their owners with all their tax and accounting problems. In addition, Deb manages the Firm’s “B.O.S.S.” (Back Office Support Services) Division, which provides full back office accounting support and assistance to small business clients. Deb grew up in Houston and has an accounting degree from the University of Arkansas. When Deb is not serving her clients, she loves spending quality time with her two daughters.
Max has been with RMA for over six years and has over 18 years of experience. Max previously worked for Deloitte & Touche and joined RMA to manage and develop the Attest Practice. He has served well in that role since arriving at RMA. He is also involved in tax work for his clients, and as a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), he is frequently involved in Firm engagements that relate to litigation support, fraud investigations, or valuations. Max is originally from Beaumont, Texas, and has an accounting degree from Lamar University. He is also a proud veteran and served in the Army for four years. When Max is not taking care of his clients, he is an avid runner and loves to run long distances at a very fast pace.
Randy and Tom could not be more proud to have Deb and Max come on board as their partners. Their particular sets of talents have been instrumental in helping RMA achieve rapid growth over the last several years. We look forward to a future of continued growth and excellent customer service to our clients.
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