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Sarah Sutterfield joined SGA in May of 2018 as a VFO Accounting Specialist. Sarah received her degree April 2018 from Eastern Oregon University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with concentration in Accounting.
Prior to joining SGA, Sarah worked at Central Oregon Pediatric Associates. During her time at COPA, she gained experience with customer service and bookkeeping best practices. Her current goals are to provide positive experiences to clients while learning and understanding their business management needs.
Sarah was born and raised and Central Oregon and enjoys hiking and camping with her fiancé and two Australian Shepherds. She also enjoys traveling the world and exploring new places.
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Period of Limitations: