Brady Martz Announces Retirements of Three Shareholders
Three shareholders are set to retire from Brady Martz effective October 1, 2020. After successful, decades-long careers, shareholders Patrick Brown, Joe Martin, and Mark Miller will retire from the firm.
“It is with mixed emotions that I congratulate Pat, Joe and Mark on their retirements,” said Todd Van Dusen, President of Brady Martz. “I am happy for the three of them, but I know Brady Martz will feel the loss of such seasoned professionals. Their many years of dedicated leadership have been integral to the success of Brady Martz. I wish them all the best as they enter this exciting new stage of life.”
An accounting professional for more than three decades, Brown joined Brady Martz in 1992 via its merger with Orser, Olson and St. Peter. He had been with Orser, Olson and St. Peter since 1985. Throughout his career, Brown worked primarily with clients in the nonprofit and governmental sectors. “I really enjoyed working with so many good clients and fellow accountants over the last 35 years,” stated Brown.
Martin worked with the Brady Martz team for 30 years. He specialized in working with clients in the governmental and dealership industries. “It was thrilling to watch my client’s businesses grow with success over the course of my career.”
Miller has been part of the Brady Martz team for 29 years. He primarily worked with auto dealerships, tribal governments, and tribal gaming organizations. He spent 10 years as the shareholder in charge of the firm’s Grand Forks, Crookston, and Thief River Falls offices, 10 years on the Brady Martz management team, and six years on the firm’s board of directors. “It was an honor to be part of such an outstanding team with a focus on providing high quality service,” said Miller.