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Len Smith 68

Len Smith 68

Notable Alumni

Class: 1968

Accounting


Now, one of the Founding Partners at the accounting firm of WithumSmith+Brown, PC, which is the 34th largest CPA firm in the country, Len Smith was inspired by his Keystone College professors to go into the accounting profession.


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