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Aren Booker joined SGA in June of 2017 as a VFO accounting specialist. Aren has spent several years of accounting in the private sector which has helped prepare him to transition to public accounting. He is currently working on the final steps to obtain his CPA license in the state of Oregon.
Aren’s first career was in the food and beverage industry where he learned the true meaning of customer service. Aren’s primary goal is to provide excellent customer service all while understanding the business management needs and goals when it comes to financial accounting.
Aren was born and raised in Central Oregon and enjoys all that the area has to offer. Sun, snow, rain, or hail, Aren spends his free time playing in the outdoors.
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Period of Limitations: