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Jim Proppe named new managing partner at Plante Moran

October 21, 2016 In The News 1 min read
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Jim Proppe was to be introduced Friday to employees at the Southfield-based accounting and consulting firm of Plante Moran PLLC as their new managing partner. Proppe was elected to a four-year term by the 270 partners and will replace current managing partner Gordon Krater next July 1. The firm has a mandatory retirement age for partners of 62, but Krater is 58. He will remain at the firm as a partner.

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