Public Service Award honors CPA’s community contributions


Stephen G. Romig
Stephen G. Romig

Stephen G. Romig, an advisory director of the tax services department for LaPorte CPAs & Business Advisors in Metairie, La., received the 2015 Public Service Award for Individuals.

The award honors an individual who has demonstrated outstanding public service activities from among a select field of candidates, each of whom has been nominated by AICPA members or state societies across the country.

Romig coordinates services for the homeless at the Harry Tompson Center in New Orleans. He also volunteers for the Good Shepherd School in New Orleans, where he has tutored at-risk children and helped them with test preparation.

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