September 4, 2019
Kevin Tomas is a CPA – Senior Manager at Greene Finney, LLP. He specializes in managing and supervising back office support system (BOSS) and his specialty lies in working with government and nonprofit entities. Kevin went to Bob Jones University and graduated in 2004 with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Accounting. When he’s not working in the office, Kevin enjoys spending time with his family and hiking. Here are some other interesting thoughts and experiences he’s shared to introduce himself on a more personal level.
What do you like best about working for Greene Finney?
The people and the flexibility. We have a great team at Greene Finney and that makes it very enjoyable.
If you could do another job for just one day, what would it be?
I would be an airline pilot.
Who are the inhabitants at your residence?
My wife, Candace and my two daughters, Charlotte and Claire....along with myself.
Where is your favorite place to be?
Outside with my family, at a park, hiking, etc.
What is the best book you have ever read?
The Lord of the Rings Trilogy
What is one thing you cannot resist?
Cake...it’s hard to resist good cake.
What are three traits that define you?
Helpful, determined, and understanding.
What is your motto or personal mantra?
"Do your best". My dad always told me this growing up, no matter what I was doing...and--it has always stuck with me.
What are the top three highlights of your life?
My faith in Christ, marrying my beautiful wife, Candace, and having my two girls.
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