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Tom Giusti to be inducted in OOGA Hall of Fame

February 6, 2014

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On March 5th Tom Giusti, CSH Tax Principal in the Columbus office, will be inducted into the Ohio Oil and Gas Hall of Fame. Tom is the firm’s primary resource on the Energy Industry, a sector he began learning about when he started his accounting career at Coopers & Lybrand 45 years ago. Now a recognized leader in both tax and assurance services to the oil and gas industry, Tom is a frequent speaker on the subject.

The induction ceremony and dinner will take place at the Hilton Columbus Easton, where Tom will be presented an award and have an opportunity to share a few remarks. His name will be added to the permanent display in the Association office. Congratulations to Tom on this hard-earned and high-profile achievement.

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