Greensburg Daily News
---- — GREENSBURG – RBSK Partners is pleased to announce the promotions of Erica Haston and Nick Wallpe to managers.
Haston and Wallpe have over 20 years combined experience in public accounting. They are actively involved in the community and are well respected in the accounting profession.
Erica Haston graduated from Pensacola Christian College in Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business with a concentration in accounting. She has been a member of the Greensburg Working Women and Greensburg Jaycees. She has served on the IN CPA Society Leadership Cabinet and the IN CPA Society Emerging Leaders Alliance. Haston has been a High School Ambassador to local high schools on behalf of the Indiana CPA Society and is currently serving on the board of the Greensburg Decatur County Public Library. She member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Indiana CPA Society and also participates in the annual CPA Day of Service.
Nick Wallpe graduated from Ball State University with a Master of Science degree in Business with a concentration in accounting. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Indiana CPA Society. Wallpe has served on the finance committee at St. Maurice Catholic Church and has served as a Key Contact Person at the Indiana CPA Society for local high schools. Nick has also participated in the CPA Day of Service on multiple occasions.
“Nick and Erica are model employees at RBSK and have exemplified the leadership characteristics, professionalism and technical skills necessary to carry out the duties of manager”, says Vince Rettig, managing partner at RBSK. “We are grateful for their dedication to our clients and our communities.”
RBSK Partners PC provides accounting, tax and advisory services to individuals seeking assistance, small business clients that are starting up or looking to grow, and to larger business clients with more sophisticated and integrated needs. They have offices located in Greensburg, Batesville, North Vernon and Brookville.
– Daily News