Industries: government contracting and professional services
Joined the firm in: 2006
Entered accounting in: 1979
Native of: California
Resident of: Oak Park
Education: BS, California State University, Northridge
John works to make sure he gets the information his clients need to make solid business decisions. In addition to working on financial statement disclosures and taxes, he’s experienced with both Excel and QuickBooks.
An experienced CPA, John worked at three local public accounting firms before joining Roschke & Wall more than a decade ago.
John is an outdoorsman. He enjoys biking, golfing, skiing, hiking and even taking the family dog on walks. He’s also a big sports fan. He watches many sporting events and can speak knowledgeably about the latest NFL lines.
John is married to Kim, and they have a son who attends college in Nevada.
“I’m a veteran CPA who enjoys being outdoors and delights in sharing my thoughts on the outcome of an upcoming game.”
“Everyone works hard to make my life as a business owner less complicated so I can focus on the stuff I’m good at—which, by the way, is not accounting.“
“As an entrepreneur and long time client, I credit much of my financial sanity to their expertise, wisdom and compassionate care for their clients.“
“Roschke & Wall is as good as it gets. From business advice to how to deal with employees in multiple states, they have answers to help us navigate complex issues.“
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