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Four Plante Moran Cresa staff celebrate promotions

August 3, 2017 Article 1 min read
Authors:
Bill Lichwalla Plante Moran Cresa

Please join me in congratulating Erin George, Brian Smith, Michael Tarockoff, and Marc Alexa, and on their promotions. Each of these people is an outstanding professional who has earned the respect of clients and peers.

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Please join me in congratulating the four staff below on their promotions. Each of these people is an outstanding professional who has earned the respect of clients and peers.

Erin George — Principal

Erin is one of the leaders in Plante Moran Cresa's religious institutes practice, helping religious communities in a number of real estate matters. Learn more about Erin >>

Brian Smith — Senior Vice President

Brian has had a diverse career that gives him a unique balance of understanding contracts and other risk management matters with the practical experience gained through being an architect. His experience lends itself to our breadth of services. Learn more about Brian >>

Michael Tarockoff — Vice President

Mike's years of experience is recognized daily by his team and clients. He's currently part of the team working on the Little Caesars Arena, which opens in September. Learn more about Mike >>

Marc Alexa — Vice President

Marc, an experienced project manager, joined Plante Moran Cresa just over a year ago. From day one, he has been an asset to the team working on the Little Caesars Arena. Learn more about Marc >>

This year’s promotions continue to demonstrate our breadth and depth of our organization. We're honored to have these excellent client servers on our staff, helping to add value to our clients' businesses as they grow and mature our organization.

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