Lewis, Hooper & Dick hires Drees


Lewis, Hooper & Dick, LLC recently announced the addition of Kelly D. Drees to its staff.

Lewis, Hooper & Dick, LLC recently announced the addition of Kelly D. Drees to its staff.

"We feel Kelly is an important addition to our team," said Gary Schlappe, CPA, Managing Member/Owner of Lewis, Hooper & Dick, LLC. "Her skills, enthusiasm and previous work experience are great assets to our client relationships."

As a staff accountant, Drees will be providing accounting, tax and consulting services to the firm's clients. Prior to joining the firm, she worked at a local accounting firm for three years.

Drees received her bachelor of science degree in business administration from Kansas State University. She is a member of the Kansas State Alumni Association. Drees resides in Garden City with her husband, Gordon.

Established in 1955, Lewis, Hooper & Dick, LLC provides value-added and affordable accounting and advisory services to clients throughout the region. The firm's team of six member-owners and 18 professionals offers accounting, consulting, human resources, financial planning, and tax and computer services. Lewis, Hooper & Dick, LLC specializes in serving feed yards, municipalities, school districts, government entities and construction organizations.

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