Glen Allen, VA – (October 1, 2012) – Keiter Promotes Toby Leslie and Richard Lewis to Partner
Lewis O. Hall, CPA/ABV, CExP, managing partner of Keiter, is proud to have Richard Lewis and Toby Leslie join the partner team. “Promoting these individuals was an important step in growing our Firm and serving our clients. They have been with Keiter for over eight years and each has demonstrated a sincere dedication to our clients, and developed their technical expertise in their areas of specialization. We look forward to the insights and leadership they will each provide to Keiter in the years to come.”
Toby R. Leslie, CPA
Toby Leslie has served Keiter clients for over 12 years. He is the Chair of the Technology and New Media Industry team and Chair of the Financial Statements and Accounting and Auditing Update Committees for Keiter. Toby serves a wide variety of industries include technology, manufacturing, distribution and hospitality. He serves on the Innsbrook Foundation Board of Directors and is the Vice President of the Central Virginia Chapter of Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals.
Richard W. Lewis, CPA, CFE
Richard Lewis has over 12 years of experience and joined Keiter in 2004. He is a member of the Keiter Manufacturing and Distribution and the Not-for-Profit Industry teams. He focuses on serving clients in the manufacturing, distribution, not-for-profit, and real estate sectors and is a Certified Fraud Examiner. Richard serves on the Board of Directors for the William Byrd Community House and VHQC.
Keiter was founded in 1978 and provides a full range of financial services to businesses and their owners. Whether performing an audit examination or developing a business plan for a start-up, the Keiter team is always focused on providing fresh insights and creating new opportunities to help businesses grow. The Firm has over 120 employees in its Richmond office and is the third largest accounting firm in Richmond with 70 CPAs. Keiter has developed specialized expertise in serving the real estate, construction, manufacturing, and financial services industries, as well as nonprofit entities.
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