Kirsch Team Celebrates Milestones

Diane Glover

Dec 15, 2016

Every year Kirsch CPA Group celebrates employees who have reached 5 year milestones. This year was extra special because two key contributors to the success of the firm celebrated long term milestones.

15 and 25 Year Awards

Becky Byrd celebrated 15 years with Kirsch. During Becky’s tenure, she has earned titles of QuickBooks Pro Advisor, Enrolled Agent, Senior, Manager and is a key contributor to the success of the firm. Becky’s commitment to finding solutions to help clients reach their goals is what has made her a big success. Learn more about Becky at

For 25 years, John Kirsch has successfully grown Kirsch CPA Group, LLC. John’s passion to help people succeed has driven the organization to grow from a one person team to over 28 team members and growing. The team celebrated John’s anniversary at the Christmas party with a history from Maxine Harris (John’s first employee). Go to to learn more about John’s background.

Kirsch Year in Review

2016 was an active year for the team at Kirsch CPA Group.  We added some new faces and updated our look.  Some changes that occurred during the year:

  • We celebrated 25 years in business
  • Jay Kuo joined our firm as an Analyst
  • David Sheldon was hired as an Analyst
  • Noah Larson spent time with us as a co-op this summer
  • Kyle Thorpe joined the team as an Analyst
  • We launched a new website

Looking Forward to 2017

As we look forward to 2017, Kirsch CPA Group will continue to add new team members to fill the demand from our clients. Helping our clients succeed is the driving force for growing our business.


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