July 1, 2020
Today, the spotlight is on Andrew Coleman. Andrew has been with the Greene Finney, LLP team for 13 years as a CPA - Manager. He earned a BS in Business Administration with a minor in Accounting from North Greenville University in 2005. We hope you enjoy getting to know him on a more personal level as he shares some insights on his interests and family.
What do you like best about working Greene Finney, LLP?
I really enjoy the family atmosphere that has been fostered here. We have some of the best people to work with.
Who are the inhabitants at your residence?
My wife, Amanda, and my son, Ayden (11 years) and daughter, Audrey (8 years).
What is the best place you have traveled to and what makes it the best?
Taking the kids to Disney World still stands out as great memory. We stayed in the Art of Animation hotel, and both of the kids thought we were staying at Radiator Springs from the Cars movie. They enjoyed that trip so much.
What is your personal philosophy or motto?
To live every day to glorify God in everything that I do.
What are the top three highlights of your life?
Asking Jesus to become King of my life, getting married to my beautiful wife and the birth of my children.
What would people be surprised to know about you?
I lived in Calgary, Alberta, Canada for a year when I was younger.
What is one thing you couldn’t live without?
Any of the staff or clients could tell you this—it is coffee.
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This month, the spotlight is on Rebekah Gonzalez. Rebekah earned a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Clemson University and joined the Greene, Finney LLP team as an Administrative Assistant in 2018. Get to know her on a more personal level as she shares some insights on her interests, family and adventures!
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