Fenton Quinn Bring On New Partner

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Christine Arace, Certified Public Accountant has joined the accounting firm of Fenton Quinn, PC as partner.

Arace has over 25 years of experience, most recently at Furlano & Arace, PC before her transition to Fenton Quinn, PC.

As a lifelong resident of the area, she is well-regarded by both her clients and peers. Arace is licensed in Massachusetts. Her skills include financial statement preparation, business, personal, trust and non-profit income tax preparation, assistance with non-profits, consulting and controller activities.

She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Massachusetts Society of CPAs. She received her accounting degree from Elms College and has been a licensed CPA since 1998. Arace presently serves on the Board at Mount Carmel Care Center and is Treasurer of Blythewood Associates, Inc.

She lives in Pittsfield with her husband, Michael and their son and daughter.

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