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Adelaide Odoteye of Davis Kinard & Co, PC, Passes Certified Public Accountant Exam

By Floyd Miller



ABILENE, TX – October 18, 2010: Adelaide Odoteye, senior associate at Davis Kinard & Co, PC, has passed her Certified Public Accountant exam from the Texas State Board of Public Accountancy . “We are proud of Adelaide for passing the CPA exam. The four-part CPA exam is considered by many to be the most demanding professional exam,” said Jerry Love, Davis Kinard’s president and chief executive officer. {{more}} Odoteye has been with Davis Kinard for more than three years and splits her time between tax and audit work. Her practice emphasis in audit includes not-for-profit organizations, employee benefit plans, non-public entities and governmental entities, including school districts, mental health and mental retardation centers and adult and juvenile probation centers. Her tax experience includes preparing returns for individuals, partnerships, S-Corporations and C-Corporations, banks and other financial institutions, trusts and not-for-profit organizations. Odoteye graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Master of Business Administration from Tarleton State University. Odoteye maintains memberships with the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants and its Abilene chapter and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants . Davis Kinard & Co, PC, was established in 1971 with the merger of the Ben M. Davis & Company, Abilene’s first CPA and public practice accounting firm , and Kinard & Company . The Firm currently employs more than 90 employees and operates out of offices in Abilene, Haskell and Seymour. The Firm represents a broad range of clients, including government entities, financial institutions, not-for-profit organizations and publicly and privately held businesses. In addition to external and internal audit, accounting and tax services offered by Davis Kinard, its accountants and consultants practice in the areas of business valuation, cost segregation, Dial-A-Check payroll services, equipment appraisal, litigation support, peer review and SAFRline, a 24-hour fraud hotline to report concerns within your organization. For more information, please visit us online at

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