Cash Awards for Medal Winners
in CPA Exams
A new firm policy offers cash awards to any TRB&S
staff man who receives special recognition for high
marks in the CPA examination. This achievement will
be recognized as follows:
Gold Medal Winner $1',000 $500
Silver Medal Winner 750 250
Honorable Mention 250 100
This year there have been two such awards. Thomas
J. Laux, from our Chicago office, was presented with
the Illinois State Society's Gold Medal.
Paul E. Roche, from our Boston office, received the
Silver Medal award from the Massachusetts State
*There will be no double awards. A man receiving a check for
an award from the AICPA will not receive a check for his
Thomas J. Laux is congratulated by Allen C.
Howard, partner in charge of our Chicago office,
as he presents a $500 check on behalf of the firm.
Mr. Laux scored the highest mark in the Illinois
State Society's exam in November and was honored
with a presentation of the Society's Gold Medal. A
junior on our audit staff, he received a B.S. degree
in Business Administration from Marquette University
and an M.B.A. degree from Northwestern
University in June of 1965.
Paul E. Roche, a senior in our Integrated Services
Department in Boston, is presented with a
check for $250 from the firm by Hugh Dysart, Jr.,
partner in charge of our Boston office, in recognition
of his achievement in receiving the silver medal
award in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Tom graduated from Boston College in February
1963 where he received a B.S. degree in Business
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