Weinstein Spira, the mid-market public accounting firm for Houston’s top high net worth individuals and privately held businesses, has admitted three shareholders.
Andy Dube, former senior audit manager, is now an audit shareholder. Andy joined Weinstein Spira in 2003 and has been with the firm his entire professional career. In addition to being well respected by staff and clients, his responsiveness and work ethic remain unmatched.
Kelly Murphy, former senior tax manager, is now a tax shareholder. Kelly joined Weinstein Spira in 2008 and has been dedicated to teaching and developing staff along the way. Loyal and hardworking, Kelly shines at process improvements and creating efficiencies.
Taylor Neese, former senior audit manager, is now an audit shareholder. The former Randy Rogers Band bass guitar player joined Weinstein Spira in 2002. Relatable and efficient, Taylor excels at utilizing technology to the fullest and builds strong bonds with his clients.
“Each of our new shareholders have been and will be instrumental in our firm’s future,” said President Dianne Peckham. “In executing our strategy for succession and growth, Andy, Kelly and Taylor’s individual talents are essential for a stronger Weinstein Spira.”
Founded in 1962, Weinstein Spira is a highly respected firm of experienced tax, audit, business management and estate planning advisors who proactively serve discerning privately held businesses and leaders in the Houston area and beyond. More information about the firm, its shareholders and services can be found at www.weinsteinspira.com.