PENSACOLA, FLA. September 2020 — More than 30 years ago, Jeanette Geri joined Donna Bloomer on an adventure to start a new kind of CPA firm, Bloomer & Geri. She was rewarded for her dedication to the Pensacola firm by becoming one of the industry’s first non-CPA partners.
On September 1, Geri will enter a new phase of her career in semi-retirement by stepping away from management as firm administrator in Pensacola and focusing exclusively on client service. Geri has been instrumental in building the firm’s stellar reputation for complex tax advisory services as well as community involvement. She played a key role as a partner in the merger integration with Anglin Reichmann Armstrong.
“We have mixed emotions, being so proud of Jeanette’s skill and accomplishments, and at the same time knowing we’ll miss seeing her in the office every day,” said Donna Bloomer, partner. “She will be here on a more limited basis for clients and other projects, so as usual she’s taking care of us.”
Geri’s new role in home office services will evolve with the needs of clients, and she will support the firm’s strategy in this area,” noted David Bier, Chief Operating Officer in Pensacola. “We’re so thankful for her leadership at the firm, in the community and for each of us individually.”
Formed in 1990, Anglin Reichmann Armstrong is a regional accounting and advisory services firm known by clients nationwide for technical expertise in government contracting and other niche services as well as complex tax, estate, wealth management and business transition services, with offices in Huntsville, Ala., and Pensacola, Fla.
They received special recognition from Forbes for being among just 90 firms nationally receiving the most recommendations for tax services and accounting services in a 2020 peer survey for “America’s Top Recommended Tax and Accounting Firms.” They are also independent association members of CPAmerica/Crowe Global. For more information, visit https://www.anglincpa.com.