National Chairman and CEO of UHY Advisors, one of the country’s largest professional service firms, Anthony P. Frabotta was recognized with The Distinguished Service Award from the Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants during their annual awards gala at Suburban Collection Showplace.
The Distinguished Service Award is presented to those who have made significant contributions to the accounting profession. Honorees have shown exceptional leadership and service, making a lasting impact in their industry and their communities.
“As a true advocate for the profession, Tony has mentored hundreds of young CPAs, both at the firm and on the campus of Wayne State”, said Guy Gordon, WJR radio host and the emcee for the night. “Beyond the profession, Tony is a strong supporter of Detroit and its surrounding communities through involvement in several area charities”
Frabotta began his career with the firm in 1974 and has held many leadership roles during his tenure. Even as he advanced through the ranks, he has never wavered in his belief of giving back to your community. To instill these same beliefs in his team, he helped establish UHY Cares, a nonprofit organization run exclusively by employees. Over the entirety of his 44 year career, Tony has been an inspiration to all those he encounters and an outstanding leader in the MICPA family.
Among other honorees receiving awards last night were Governor Rick Snyder who received the Distinguished Achievement Award and UHY Advisors Chris Peterson, who was recognized as the Outgoing Fraud Task Force Chair.