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Blue & Co., LLC Welcomes 2019 May New Hires

CARMEL, Ind. (June 4, 2019) – Blue & Co., LLC is proud to welcome the following individuals to the firm:

Carmel, IN
Tyler Lasiter joined Blue & Co. as a manager on the tax team on May 28.

Cincinnati, OH
Emily Kuderer joined Blue & Co. as an intern on the audit team on May 28.

Columbus, OH
Nick Covault joined Blue & Co. as an intern on the audit and reimbursement teams on May 28.
Owen Wu joined Blue & Co. as an intern on the marketing team on May 28.

Indianapolis, IN
Brandon Bond joined Blue & Co. as a staff consultant on the business valuation team on May 6.
Andrew Rattin joined Blue & Co. as an intern on the reimbursement and business valuation teams on May 13.
John Deck joined Blue & Co. as an intern on the audit team on May 28.
Annie Sturm joined Blue & Co. as an intern on the tax team on May 28.

Lexington, KY
Harrison Fields joined Blue & Co. as an intern on the audit team on May 28.

Seymour, IN
Madi Rogers joined Blue & Co. as an intern on the audit team on May 28.

About Blue and Co.

Blue & Co., LLC is an independent accounting and advisory firm with more than 450 people in 10 offices across Indiana, Ohio, and Kentucky. With almost 50 years of experience, Blue & Co.’s public accounting expertise includes the practice areas of assurance, tax compliance and consulting, healthcare consulting, benefit plan services, valuation and litigation support, and business services. Its industry specializations include manufacturing & distribution, healthcare, construction, nonprofit, technology, financial services organizations, and agribusiness.

For more information, please visit www.blueandco.com.

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