Stacy joined the firm in June of 2002 after graduating at the top of her class from Tennessee Wesleyan College with a degree in Business Administration with a double emphasis in accounting and finance. At the firm, her responsibilities include preparing compiled and reviewed financial statements, monthly client write-up work, and preparing business and individual tax returns.
Stacy is a member and assistant treasurer of Towee Falls Baptist Church, Treasurer of United Way of McMinn-Meigs County, and a graduate of Leadership McMinn. Indoors, Stacy enjoys playing the piano at church and scrapbooking. Outdoors, she likes camping and fishing with her husband Thad.
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