Davidson and Pargman create Davidson Pargman & Company, LLC.

Davidson and Pargman create Davidson Pargman & Company, LLC.

Melissa Davidson, CPA, and Kelly J. Pargman, CPA, have joined hands as they announce the creation of a new accounting firm, the Davidson Pargman & Company, LLC. Davidson says “Our focus is on timely, quality service and taking a personal interest in truly understanding our clients’ operations to address their business challenges and opportunities.”

Pargman is also delighted for the new firm as she says that they have the pleasure of being a firm that provides service on a one-on-one base with the client. She said “Our goal is to provide businesses with a value and objective resource for a variety of financial, tax, and advisory needs.” Davidson and Pargman have worked in public accounting at Borhart Spellmeyer & Company and Porte Brown before creating the new firm.

Both Davidson and Pargman have extensive experience in their fields. Davidson has 14 years experience of managing accounting service, audit, review, and tax clients in her CV. Pargman has more experience than her partner as she is serving clients for the past 20 years. Davidson has a bachelor in Science in Accountancy. She earned it from the Northern Illinois University in 2005. Davidson is also a member of the American Institute of CPAs and the Illinois CPA Society.

Davidson has a husband and three sons. She resides in Kingston, Illinois. She is also a crucial member of the community as she is part of several active volunteer organizations. The most notable organization is the Women Construction Owners & Executives. Pargman has a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics. She got her degree in 1995. She is also part of the American Institute of CPAs and Illinois CPA Society.

Pargman is also a family woman as she lives with her husband and two children in Poplar Grove, Illinois. She is an active part of the society’s sporting activities as she is the former treasurer of North Boone Youth Cheer and Poplar Grove Power Baseball.

Staff writer for the Chicago Morning Star

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