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Henry+Horne Admits Three New Partners

Kevin Bach

Tempe, Ariz.-based Henry+Horne, an IPA 200 firm, announced that Kevin Bach, Sharlynn Garza and Jessica Moulder have been admitted as partners.

Bach, who leads the data analytic niche, has been with the firm since 2012. He helped found the niche, which assists clients in setting up interactive dashboards and visualization tools.

Sharlynn Garza

Garza has been with Henry+Horne for 17 years, specializing in providing services for non-profit health care, membership organizations and grant-making foundations.

Moulder has been with the firm since 2005, overseeing accounting services for a variety of industries including not-for-profit and service organizations.

Jessica Moulder

The firm also announced that Jaimi Koechel has been promoted to principal to lead the marketing department.

“We are thrilled to have Jessica, Jaimi, Kevin and Sharlynn join Henry+Horne’s partnership/principal group,” say co-MPs Chuck Goodmiller and Chuck Inderieden. “Each brings unique skills and vision. They have dedicated themselves to advancing the firm while providing exceptional client-focused service.”

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Henry+Horne Admits Hemmerle to Partnership

Brian Hemmerle

Tempe, Ariz.-based Henry+Horne (FY18 net revenue of $27 million) announces the admittance of Brian Hemmerle to the partnership, bringing the total number of partners to 17. He will serve as the PIC of government services.

Hemmerle joined the government niche at Henry+Horne in 2009. He has over 10 years experience providing audit services for governmental and not-for-profit entities.

“Brian has demonstrated professionalism, commitment and exceptional client service throughout his career. He is very deserving of this promotion,” say co-MPs Chuck Goodmiller and Chuck Inderieden.

Hemmerle is based in Henry+Horne’s Tempe office.

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Henry+Horne Wealth Management Names Senior Vice President

Shaunna Anderson

Shaunna Anderson

Henry+Horne Wealth Management of Scottsdale, Ariz., announces that Shaunna Anderson has been promoted to senior vice president and principal.

Over the course of her career, Anderson developed technical skills spanning all aspects of portfolio management, investment implementation and operations.

“Over the past several years, Shaunna’s contributions have helped redefine the quality and execution of the client experience while helping us grow substantially. Shaunna is one of the most dedicated and hard-working people I have ever met, and we are truly lucky to have her at Henry+Horne Wealth Management,” says Michael Carlin, president, Henry+Horne Wealth Management.

Anderson joined Henry+Horne Wealth Management in 2016. She has more than 15 years of financial and operational management experience, including working with individuals, affluent families and businesses to assess their investment portfolio needs.

“I joined the firm because I believed in the investment philosophy and the vision of how this business is supposed to be done. The depth of the work we do for clients and the amount of care we take with them is profound and meaningful in their lives and frankly, not something that is commonplace in our industry,” Anderson says.

Wealth Management LLC had been affiliated with Tempe, Ariz.-based Henry+Horne (FY18 net revenue of $27 million) for more than a decade and in 2017 became Henry+Horne Wealth Management.

Dustin Minton Returns to Restaurants with Henry+Horne

Dustin Minton

Tempe, Ariz.-based Henry+Horne (FY18 net revenue of $27 million) announces that Dustin Minton has been admitted to the partnership and will team up with the head of the restaurant niche to grow the practice throughout the U.S.

Minton specializes in assurance services for restaurants as well as consulting on best practices related to internal controls, benchmarking, franchising, corporate structures, financing options and growth strategies.

Before joining Henry+Horne, he was a partner and co-leader of the national restaurant industry group at Chicago-based BDO USA (FY18 net revenue of $1.46 billion), which in 2014 acquired Cleveland-based SS&G Inc., where Minton served as co-director of restaurant services.

Minton is returning to public accounting after a five-month sabbatical. An avid global traveler, he took time off to visit six continents (he’s already been to Antarctica).

“Henry+Horne is a great match culturally and reminds me of my time at SS&G. The firm presented a great opportunity for me to jump back in and still get to focus exclusively on restaurants with a firm that’s totally committed to the industry,” Minton says.

Henry+Horne specializes in a range of services for restaurants including compiled, reviewed and audited financial statements; tax planning and preparation services; accounting services; consultation services for interpreting financial statements; mergers and acquisitions; assistance with financing transactions; best practices relating to internal controls, benchmarking and growth strategies; and wealth management.

Henry+Horne Unveils New Look Through Rebrand Effort

Tempe, Ariz.-based Henry+Horne (FY15 net revenue of $21.4 million) has unveiled a new look and communication style after undergoing a rebrand, the firm announced.henry-horne-logo-color

The update is centered on what the firm values most – people. The new logo and colors show that Henry+Horne is relational and knowledgeable while the new tagline, “Offering You More,” highlights the firm’s commitment to going above and beyond for clients, team members and the community.

“Our branding efforts are being used to communicate outwardly who Henry+Horne is. We aren’t your run-of-the-mill CPAs who provide you with a service and send you on your way,” say co-MPs Chuck Goodmiller and Chuck Inderieden. “Our team cares about what’s happening with our clients, each other and our communities. The change was big but the time and energy to make it happen was well worth it.”

The firm’s new website will launch next week at

Henry & Horne Admits McCollum, Nelson and Poppel to Partnership

Phillip McCollum

Phillip McCollum

Tempe, Ariz.-based Henry & Horne (FY15 net revenue of $21.4 million) announced the admittance of Phillip McCollum Jr., Melinda Nelson and Jonathan Poppel to the partnership, bringing the number of partners to 17.

McCollum joined Henry & Horne in October 2015, bringing 20 years of experience in accounting. He specializes in providing professional services to closely held businesses and individuals including compliance needs, tax consulting, transfer of sale and business, transfer of wealth, mergers and acquisitions and more.

Melinda Nelson

Melinda Nelson

Nelson has been with Henry & Horne for eight years. She specializes in tax planning strategies and compliance involving closely held businesses and their owners as well as estate, gift and trust taxation.

Poppel manages audit and review services as well as client relationships, serving a variety of industries including manufacturers, construction, distributors, restaurants and franchisors. He joined Henry & Horne in 2008 and has 14 years of experience in the accounting industry.

Jonathan Poppel

Jonathan Poppel

“We are so proud to have Jonathan, Melinda and Phil as part of our partnership group. They have demonstrated professionalism, commitment and exceptional client service throughout their respective careers. They are all so deserving of this promotion,” says co-MPs Chuck Goodmiller and Chuck Inderieden.

All three new partners are based out of Henry & Horne’s Tempe office.

Henry & Horne Acquires Centerpoint Advisors

Tempe, Ariz.-based Henry & Horne (FY15 net revenue of $21.4 million) has acquired Centerpoint Advisors, effective Jan. 1.

“I’m very excited to go from a solo practice to joining a group that will provide my clients a much more robust service,” says Centerpoint Advisors’ Jeffrey Wright, who brings more than 30 years of experience to his new role as a director in Henry & Horne’s litigation and valuation services group. “We’ve got a great team keeping up with all of the developments in the profession in order to better serve clients and I think they’re really going to benefit quite a bit.”

Wright believes the merger is a good fit because both firms are highly respected and the expertise, approach to exceptional client service and business philosophy all line up. He will be based in the Scottsdale, Ariz., office.

“We are thrilled to have Jeff as part of the Henry & Horne team,” says Chuck Inderieden, Co-MP. “With his years of experience and his superb reputation, he reinforces our already exemplary professionals in our litigation and valuation practice.”

Two Tempe Firms Combine: Henry & Horne And Anderson, Church & Co.

Tempe, Ariz.-based Henry & Horne (FY15 net revenue of $21.4 million) has acquired Anderson, Church & Co. of Tempe, effective Dec. 1.

Anderson, Church & Co. has been serving businesses and individuals across Arizona for 40 years. The firms share similar expertise and business philosophy, the firms announced. Founding partner Eric Church and his team will be based out of the Tempe office.

“We are convinced that our decision to merge with Henry & Horne is the right move for our clients and team members. It will allow us to expand on our specialties, allow our team members more opportunities to grow in new areas and ensure our clients continue to receive the highest level of service with access to additional personnel and resources,” says Church.

“We can’t be more excited to welcome the wonderful people at Anderson, Church & Co. to our growing team,” say co-MPs Chuck Goodmiller and Chuck Inderieden in a statement. “They are a fantastic group of experienced professionals who are committed to offering the highest levels of client service, making them a perfect fit in the Henry & Horne team.”

Henry & Horne Acquires Pittman & Murdough

Tempe, Ariz.-based Henry & Horne LLP (FY14 net revenue of $20.4 million) announced the acquisition of Pittman & Murdough PLLC of Phoenix. The merger became effective Jan. 1.

John Murdough joins Henry & Horne as PIC of the firm’s new construction niche. This brings the number of partners to 15. Michael Gatson comes on board as partner emeritus, and Laureen Song is taking on the role of director of construction industry services. Three other team members will join the firm. All will be based out of the Scottsdale, Ariz., location.

Pittman & Murdough has been serving the Arizona business community for 25 years and is well known in the construction industry. Combined, the two firms have more than 80 years of experience in the accounting profession.

“We are extremely excited about their very strong presence in the construction industry. Combining that expertise along with both firms’ highly skilled and technical team members means we’re going to be able to offer our current and future clients an even higher level of service,” says Henry & Horne co-MPs Chuck Goodmiller and Chuck Inderieden.

“When we decided that it would be in the best, long-term interests of our clients and team members to join forces with a larger firm, Henry & Horne was at the top of our list of candidates. The firm is not only well known in the community for adhering to the highest standards of quality in the core service areas of audit, accounting and tax, but also for being a strong, family-oriented firm that is a great place to work,” says John Murdough, principal, Pittman & Murdough.

Henry & Horne, LLP Wins Outstanding Community Service Award

Tempe, Ariz.-based Henry & Horne LLP (FY14 net revenue of $20.4 million) has been named the winner of the Leading Edge Alliance’s prestigious Edge Award for Outstanding Community Service.

The firm was recognized for creating a committee to streamline community service efforts and increase visibility within the firm by participating in monthly public service events, and for hosting its own event. All offices were closed for a day so that team members could work on beautifying a client’s campus.

“Our community has helped our firm thrive for almost 60 years. We want to give back and make a positive impact on those around us. Community service is more than just donating a few hours of our time or money to say that we did some good. It is a pillar in our firm’s foundation. Our Community Service Committee, partners and entire team are dedicated to getting involved and making a difference,” says Chuck Goodmiller, Co-MP.

The firm’s volunteer efforts serve organizations that address issues including hunger, animal care, cancer care, services for underprivileged children and more.