Anderson ZurMuehlen Founder George Anderson Recently Inducted into the Accounting Hall of Fame

Accepting the award on behalf of their father, George Anderson, are (pictured left to right): Debi (daughter), David (son), Margaret (daughter-in-law), Dick (son), Bruce Behn (American Accounting Association, Past President)

Helena, MT—The American Accounting Association announced that George Anderson was inducted in the Accounting Hall of Fame at the organization’s annual meeting in National Harbor, Maryland.

George Anderson (1920-2001) was a founding partner of Anderson ZurMuehlen & Co., P.C. along with Carl ZurMuehlen. The firm was founded 61 years ago in Helena. Anderson served as president of Anderson ZurMuehlen until 1984 and then chair of the board until he retired in 1987. Anderson served as president of the Montana Society of CPAs, Chairman of the Board of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and was an active member of the business community in Helena and across the state serving on many boards.

The American Accounting Association Hall of Fame originated in 1950 to honor accountants who made or make significant contributions to the advancement of accounting. Since the Hall of Fame was established, 93 accountants have been inducted nationwide.

Since 1957, Anderson ZurMuehlen & Co., P.C. has been building relationships and providing valued services and solutions that create better communities. As the largest Montana-owned CPA firm, they serve clients throughout Montana, the U.S. and beyond through seven office locations across the state. They are also an independent member of BDO Alliance USA, a national alliance of CPA firms.

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