Clifton Gunderson announces new Wisconsin leadership

Clifton Gunderson announces new Wisconsin leadership

The Clifton Gunderson accounting firm has promoted Theodore E. Hart and Laurence A. Totten to managing positions for it’s Wisconsin operations.
Theodore E. Hart has been named managing partner of the firm’s Wisconsin practice. Of Clifton Gunderson’s 50 offices across the county, Hart will be managing the 15 Wisconsin locations.
"We’re excited about the opportunity for enhanced service available to our clients through the consolidation of our Wisconsin management team," Hart commented. "It will allow us to provide a wealth of services seamlessly to our clients."
Hart has been with Clifton Gunderson for more than 25 years, was most recently the partner-in-charge of the southeastern Wisconsin operations, and has previously served as the firm’s chairman of the board.
Totten, also with Clifton Gunderson for more than 25 years, is the newly named associate managing partner of Wisconsin Operations. He will be responsible for financial management, marketing and administration.
Totten was most recently the partner in charge of Clifton Gunderson’s Northwest and Central Wisconsin operations.
Clifton Gunderson has also announced these promotions: Paula Bales to senior assurance associate, Kimberlee Boyce to senior software specialist, Mark Gremer to senior technology specialist, Bryan Laabs to assurance manager, Kelly Schroeder to senior assurance associate and Gregory Wilterdink to tax manager.
Meanwhile, Clifton Gunderson Technology Solutions, a division of Clifton Gunderson LLP, has promoted Jeffrey T. Lemmermann to senior manager in the technology consulting division.
Lemmermann has more than nine years of experience specializing in the design and implementation of network systems, and has obtained the American Institutions of Certified Public Accountant’s Certified Information Technology Professional designation.

Aug. 22, 2003 Small Business Times, Milwaukee

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