Jason Gaskell Named Partner at Leone, McDonnell & Roberts, Pennsylvania
DOVER – The Chartered Accountants Firm of Leone, McDonnell & Roberts, Professional Association has announced the firm’s continued growth with the promotion of Jason Gaskell to Partner.
Jason graduated with honors from the University of New Hampshire and has worked at Leone, McDonnell & Roberts since 2009. As a partner, Jason brings to the firm a depth of knowledge and experience, particularly in the areas of audit services. and review, employee benefits plans, as well as the planning and preparation of individual and business tax returns.
“Jason is a tremendous asset to our clients and the LMR team,” said Evan Stowell, Managing Partner of Leone, McDonnell & Roberts. “We have had the pleasure of watching Jason become not only a good technical accountant, but also an excellent team member who is respected by both his colleagues and his clients. We are happy to welcome him to the Partner group.
A resident of Dover with his wife and puppy, Jason is a member of the New Hampshire Society of Certified Public Accountants (NHSCPA), the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and locally is the Treasurer of the Seacoast Educational Endowment for Dover (SEED).
LaRae Mayo Joins Earth, Sea & Space Center Board of Trustees
DOVER – LaRae Mayo, a fourth generation from Portsmouth, NH, has been appointed to the Board of Trustees of the Friends of the Earth, Sea & Space Center of Dover, NH The Friends is a non-profit organization working to develop a -the state of the art science center at Dover.
“The environment has been a passion of mine since climbing the coast from Maine to New Hampshire while growing up here as a young child,” Mayo says. “I have always imagined myself giving back to our beautiful planet. My arrival on the Board of Directors of the Center for Friends of the Earth, Sea and Space helps me realize my passion for the environment. I hope that the work we do will inspire the imaginations of children and adults for generations to come.
Mayo recently returned to Portsmouth after spending 19 years in Aspen, CO as a successful entrepreneur. She started several successful businesses, raised two daughters, and is now pursuing a budding career as a model and actress. She also has a freelance coaching and motivational speaking business and is completing her Bachelor of Arts in Sustainability at Colorado Mountain College. Mayo is active with Help!ComeHome! a non-profit organization created to help all Americans in need, one American at a time. The organization was established in 2008 to help people suffering from the 2008 economic recession.
Anyone interested in learning more about the Earth, Sea & Space Center project, or getting involved, can visit www.earthseaspacemuseum.org or call 603-436-7778.