Mutual Savings taps CPA for spot on board
Anthony B. (Tony) Kramer, CPA, has been elected a director of Mutual Savings Association.
Kramer, a partner in the firm of DeMaranville & Kramer, CPAs, in Leavenworth, is a life-long resident of the area. He still lives on a farm near Easton that has been in his family for more than 100 years.
After graduating from Pleasant Ridge High School, he attended Kansas State University where he graduated magna cum laude, earning his Bachelor of Science in agriculture. He was a self-employed farmer and tax preparer for nine years before returning to the University of Kansas to earn a master's degree in business administration. Kramer then practiced public accounting for firms in Leavenworth and Topeka for 12 years before forming his own firm in August of 2003.
He has been active in local professional and civic organizations and is president of Leavenworth Rotary Club and vice president of Leavenworth County Development Corp.
He is active in USD 449 in Easton, Catholic Community Services, Leavenworth-Lansing Chamber of Commerce and Basehor Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of AICPA and the Kansas Society of CPAs. He is licensed in Kansas and Missouri and has received the Certificate of Educational Achievement in Taxation and Small Business.
Kramer's wife, Sherry, is an early childhood specialist with Northeast Kansas Education Service Center. They have two daughters: Jennifer, a junior at Providence College, Providence, R.I.; and Samantha, a senior at Pleasant Ridge High School.
"Tony's deep roots in the area, along with his breadth of experience in accounting, finance, small business and public service, ensure he will be able to contribute in many ways as a board member," said David Hoppes, president of Mutual Savings. "We look forward to working with Tony in the years ahead."
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