Bradham retiring after 41 years in accounting

Special to The Prairie Press
Posted 6/29/20

Eric Bradham, CPA, is closing the books after a 41-year-career with Larsson, Woodyard & Henson, LLP. He is looking forward to having more leisure time in retirement to devote to the things he …

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Bradham retiring after 41 years in accounting

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Eric Bradham, CPA, is closing the books after a 41-year-career with Larsson, Woodyard & Henson, LLP. He is looking forward to having more leisure time in retirement to devote to the things he loves.

Items on his new to do list are riding his Harley, spending time with his daughters, traveling and continuing his shooting activities at the local sportsman clubs.

Bradham began his career at LWH in 1979 as a staff accountant and became partner in 1986.

He has assisted clients with all aspects of accounting, including taxes, financial statement preparation, auditing, consulting and employee benefits.  He enjoyed visiting his clients at their place of business believing that was often the key to providing a quality product. 

His clients have included individuals and both small and large closely held businesses, including financial institutions.  Bradham said it was diversity that made his job challenging, interesting and fun. 

Bradham took over as partner in charge of the Casey office in 2001 and has allocated his time between the Paris and Casey offices since that time.  Thanks to technology he was able to be an integral part of both offices. 

He has worked closely with Katie Knoll in the Paris office and Megan Faulkner in the Casey office to ensure a smooth transition for clients, and he will continue to work as a consultant for the firm on a part-time basis.

The other partners and associates at LWH said they will miss the support, knowledge and fun Bradham has brought to the firm over the years and wish him the best in retirement.