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Ferrucci Named Partner at Wojeski CPA Firm



Frank Ferrucci has been promoted to partner at Wojeski & Company CPAs, PC. He will be responsible for managing client accounts within the firm’s audit practice, ensuring quality standards, and developing new business, among other duties. Ferrucci will also assume a lead role in the firm’s peer review process.

A cum laude graduate of Le Moyne College, Ferrucci is a licensed CPA. He began his career at KPMG and joined Wojeski in 2005 as a staff accountant before advancing to senior staff accountant, manager, and senior manager.

“Frank possesses the leadership qualities that we seek in this highest position in the firm: initiative, independent thinking, sound business knowledge and judgment, social presence, efficiency and effectiveness in both technical and administrative activities, and the ability to gain the confidence of co-workers, clients and partners,” according to firm founder and partner David Wojeski.

Ferrucci served as president of the Northeast Chapter of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants. He is a graduate of the Leadership Institute of the Rensselaer County Regional Chamber of Commerce, and currently serves on the Finance & Audit Committee of the Niskayuna Central School District.

Now in its 26th year in business, Wojeski & Company is a full service CPA firm providing audit, tax, and consulting services to a broad range of clients. Visit www.wojeskico.com for additional information about the firm.

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