Richard D. Genova, CPA, has been a CPA since 1973 and has lived in Grand Junction all his life. He has an AS degree from Mesa College and a BS degree from Colorado State University. He joined Chadwick, Steinkirchner, Davis & Co. in 1972. Rick practices in the area of personal and business income tax preparation, planning, and consulting. Rick has served on the Board of Directors of the Colorado National Monument Association, Crimestoppers of Mesa County, Inc., Bookcliff Country Club, and the Mesa County Business Education Foundation, as well as past president and treasurer for our firm. He enjoys golf and other family activities.
Terry L. LaCount, CPA, PFS, is vice president for our firm. Terry has been a CPA since 1975 and is a native of Grand Junction. He has a Masters Degree from the University of Northern Colorado and a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the University of Colorado. He has been an accredited Financial Planning Specialist since 1985. Terry previously served on the Board of Directors of St. Mary's Hospital Foundation and is past President of the Boards of Brownson Memorial Fund, Western Slope Chapter of Colorado Society of CPAs, and Grand Mesa Sertoma. Terry enjoys hiking, camping and recreational reading.
Kathy White, CPA, is president and director of income tax services for our firm. She joined the firm in 1991 and practices in the area of individual and business income tax preparation, estate planning and business consulting. She has been a CPA since 1992. Kathy graduated with a BS in Accounting from Mesa State College. Kathy currently serves on the board of directors of the Small Business Incubator Center and the Colorado West Estate Planning Council. She is also a member of the Grand Junction Horizon Sunrise Rotary Club. Kathy enjoys reading and traveling.
Orville Petersen, CPA, is director of compilation and review services. He joined the firm in 1991 after two years of experience with another firm. Orville practices in the area of personal and business income tax preparation, small business accounting, planning, and consulting. Orville graduated with a BS in accounting from Mesa State College. He serves on the Landowner Planning and Conservation Assistance Team as well as being an advisory member of the Purchase of Development Rights Review Committee. He works closely with the local community on conservation easements. Orville is a member of the Grand Junction Kiwanis Club and is a past president of the Western Slope Chapter of Colorado Society of CPAs. He has served on numerous community boards including Kiwanis and Friends of McInnis Canyons NCA. Orville enjoys all manner of outdoor activities.
Wayne Keeler, CPA, joined the firm in 2000. He practices in the area of individual and corporate income tax preparation and has been a CPA since 2002. Wayne graduated with a BS in accounting from Mesa State College and enjoys many sports and outdoor activities.
Jerald F. Chadwick retired in Fall 2001. Jerry has been a CPA since 1961 and has lived in Grand Junction since 1960. He holds a Masters of Accountancy degree from Brigham Young University and has had previous experience in private industry.
Kathy Miller, CPA, joined the firm in 1995 after several years of experience in industry and public accounting experience with another firm. She practices in the area of individual and corporate income tax preparation and planning and has been a CPA since 1994. She received her BS in accounting from Mesa State College. Kathy is involved with her church and enjoys camping, hunting, reading and gardening.
Gina Tallman, CPA, from both Grand Junction and Alaska, joined CSD in January 2009 after several years of bookkeeping experience. She graduated from the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado at Boulder with a BS in business administration/accounting and a BA in psychology. In her free time, Gina enjoys cooking delicious food, collecting vinyl records, writing old-fashioned letters, and spending time with her adorable son.
Marcus Deans received his BS in Accounting in 2012. He has been a resident on the Western Slope for five years. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with friends and family, cooking, and outdoor activities.