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John Pace Named Treasurer of Crime Solvers of Montgomery County, MD

Feb 24, 2014

John Pace, senior manager of client services at Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman CPAs, has been named treasurer of Crime Solvers of Montgomery County, MD. The organization is part of a national network and helps reduce crime in Montgomery County by developing partnerships between community, business and government organizations.

John Pace, Client Services Partner

Crime Solvers helps build a communications network that provides protection to people who anonymously offer information about criminal acts throughout the county. By strengthening connections between law enforcement and community organizations, crimes are solved, violence is reduced and a stronger, safer community is formed.

John has more than 15 years of accounting and finance experience and, as senior manager, is responsible for performing, planning and supervising compilation, review, consulting and business valuation services for Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman’s nonprofit, government contractor and other for-profit clients.

Rick Potocek, forensic and dispute services principal at the firm, is also a board member of Crime Solvers of Montgomery County, MD.