W.G. Spoor becomes 93rd Chair of Florida Institute of CPAs

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TALLAHASSEE –  W.G. Spoor, CPA, PFS, CGMA, and partner at St. Petersburg-based accounting firm Spoor Bunch Franz (SBF), is the 2020-21 chair of the Florida Institute of CPAs (FICPA), effective July 1. “W.G. is just the right leader for the FICPA, very humble and effective,” said outgoing FICPA Chair Abby Dupree. “He is masterful at blending diverse opinions into unified action. He understands the needs of the profession and will use that knowledge to guide the FICPA in service to its members.”

With more than 100 years of history as the voice of Florida CPAs, the FICPA has a tradition of leadership and professional service – one that Spoor is eager to continue. He emphasizes continuity and legacy in leading the organization. “The past Chairs have done a great job of working together on agendas over multi-year periods. I’m building on what others before me have created,” he explained. “Our leaders and professional staff are what moves the FICPA forward, on behalf of our members.”

A Tampa native, Spoor specializes in domestic and international tax. He earned a Masters in Accounting from the University of South Florida and a Bachelor of Science in accounting from Florida State University. A member of the American Institute of CPAs Governing Council, Spoor has served on the FICPA Board of Directors and in numerous other volunteer positions. Along with SBF’s partners and staff, Spoor is deeply involved with his local community. He is a board member of the St. Petersburg Police Athletic League. Married, with a son and a daughter, Spoor treasures time with family, coaching his son’s teams and playing tennis.

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About the FICPA: Founded in 1905, the Florida Institute of CPAs is a Tallahassee-based, statewide, professional association representing member-CPAs throughout Florida. With a membership of more than 19,000, the Institute’s mission is to serve the diverse needs of its members; enhance their competency and professionalism; support professional standards; promote the value of its members; and advocate on behalf of the profession.     


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