In 1974, the company officially changed its name from Young & Company to Young, Oakes, Brown & Company. In the late 1970s, Oakes retired, and Brown passed away suddenly in 1979. The firm was sold to Gary Bonsell, Rex Kaup, George Savine Jr., and David Baumgartner, who were all CPAs at the firm, and a period of growth ensued.
Daniel Bradley, John Huber, and Michael Maier became shareholders in 1995, joined by David Scott in 2004 and James Berkhimer in 2013.
Over the years, we’ve changed and grown with the times, adding new services and staff members, and today we’re proud to employ more than 30 people with wide-ranging expertise. Throughout the firm’s many years of change and new leadership, we’ve never wavered from the standard of excellence established by Robert E. Young and his associates, and look forward to a continued bright future.