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News Briefs: Anneken Huey & Moser celebrates 45th year, appointments to state board, Campbell library

Anneken Huey & Moser PLLC is celebrating its 45th anniversary this year. Founded in 1973 by David Anneken, the firm has offices in Fort Wright and Fort Thomas.

Lisa Huey, David Anneken, and Kevin Moser

“My first office had a table, chair, and telephone when I hung out my shingle in 1973,” remembers Anneken, “Professional ethics in those days prohibited any advertising or solicitations, so all new business was by referral only. I learned how important it is to make and maintain strong relationships.”

Partners Lisa Huey and Kevin Moser joined Anneken in 1979 and 1985 respectively and continue the focus on building strong client relations and growing their accounting services.

Moser credits the “three P’s” as keys to the success of the firm. “We provide prompt, proactive and personalized service to our clients. In a more and more technological world, this is still a people business. We act in our client’s best interests.”

Adds partner Lisa Huey, “We work hard to educate and advise our clients on the best ways of moving their business forward. Honesty, trust, and integrity, plus staying nimble in these evolving times, continue to be integral to the success and growth of Anneken, Huey and Moser.”

The firm offers traditional services including tax preparation, audits reviews and compilations. Other services include business and strategic planning, tax coaching to stop wasting tax dollars, Quickbooks® services, and turnkey payroll.

Governor’s appointment

Barbara Jeanne Hill, of Union, has been appointed by Gov. Matt Bevin to the State Board for the Certification of Librarians.

She is a retired educator. She will represent public library trustees and serve for a term expiring June 30, 2021.

Campbell County Library appointment

Tracy Smith of Alexandria was reappointed to the Board of the Campbell County Public Library by the Campbell County Fiscal Court. She had originally been appointed in August 2016 to fill the unexpired term of Steven Trumbo.

Smith, a practicing attorney and member of the law firm Morgan Smith Porter, practices in the areas of personal injury, family law and criminal law. She and her husband Jeff are parents of two children in Campbell County Public Schools.

Tracey Smith

“I truly appreciate the opportunity to serve on the Board,” Smith said. “I have been a lifelong Library user and lifelong resident of Campbell County. Both for my own pursuits and my family’s interests, the Library has been a valuable community resource. I’m glad to be a part of something so important to so many people.”

Members of the Library’s board of trustees are appointed to serve four-year terms. Smith is eligible to serve two full terms.

By law, the board must maintain a balanced geographical representation of all areas of the county. In keeping with the law, applicants who lived in Alexandria or the southern Campbell County area were considered for this volunteer, non-paid position.

Other board members are: Cathy Howard, president; Carla Landon, vice president; Paul Johnson, treasurer; and Christie Fillhardt, secretary.

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