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Stokes & Company Welcomes Three New Hires

GREENVILLE, S.C. — Stokes & Company CPAs, a local firm specializing in monthly accounting and payroll services for business clients, as well as individual and business tax planning and preparation, is welcoming three new team members this month.

Diann Wood, EA comes to Stokes & Company as a Tax Manager with 15 years of tax and accounting experience. Wood is relocating to Greenville, having served most recently as the Area & Office Manager at a Florida public accounting firm where she managed financials for many of its clients, as well as the branch office she managed.

Zachary Rigsby is joining the Stokes & Company from Kentucky, where he was a licensed CPA and Staff Accountant for a similar sized accounting firm. As a Senior Accountant, Rigsby will leverage his technology and business skills to benefit his clients. A learner by nature, Rigsby has earned two Bachelor of Science degrees, including a Business Management: Supply Chain Management degree from Clemson University and an Accounting degree from Western Governor’s University in Salt Lake City.

Pamela Robinson, a recent graduate of University of Colorado in Colorado Springs, will be joining the team as a Staff Accountant. Armed with a B.S. in Accounting and great organizational skills, Robinson will provide the expertise and excellent customer service that Stokes & Company’s clients expect and appreciate.

“Stokes & Company is thrilled to welcome these three new team members,” said Stephen Stokes, President of Stokes & Company. “It’s been a challenging year for countless businesses, and we feel truly honored to not only be in a position to hire but also to have found three truly exceptional professionals whom, I’m confident, will put us in a position for continued growth as we work to better serve our clients.”


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