KerberRose Welcomes New Shareholders

KerberRose has several new shareholders, effective Jan. 1: Mary Horton, small business and individual tax and accounting; Krisztina Dommer, governmental accounting and auditing; Melissa Olsen, human resources; Greg Pitel, state and local government auditing; Anthony Powers, wealth management; and Mike Stratman, tax and business advising. 

Horton will be promoted to shareholder from senior manager in the Sister Bay location. She has been part of the KerberRose team for 10 years. Dommer, with the firm for one year, will transition from senior manager in the Shawano office to shareholder. Olsen will become KerberRose’s shareholder-in-charge of human resources. During her five years with the firm, she has both worked with the staff and provided human resource-focused consulting services to local businesses.Also joining KerberRose as a shareholder in Shawano is Pitel, and Powers, president of KerberRose Wealth Management, will also become a shareholder. He has a long relationship with the firm. Stratman will transition from senior manager in Green Bay to shareholder. He’s been part of the KerberRose team for three years.