People: Week of July 14, 2014

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[caption id="attachment_95227" align="alignleft" width="173"] Jill Jacobs[/caption]

Linkenheimer LLP CPAs and Advisors is celebrating Cecil Humes for his 50 years at the firm. He joined in 1964 after graduation from San Diego State University with a major in accounting. In 1969, he became a partner in the firm. From 1976--1983, he served on a statewide committee for the California Society of CPAs on insurance coverage for accountants, including two years as chairman. From 1984--1986, he was on the American Institute of CPAs national committee for insurance coverages for accountants. Mr. Hume is a member and treasurer of a local Rotary Club.

After 10 years in Sacramento, Santa Rosa native Jill Jacobs is expanding her firm, Jill Jacobs, CPA, to Sonoma County. Her company specializes in helping small- and medium-sized businesses grow, offering tax preparation, outsourced CFO, bookkeeping and consulting services.Conservation

Three new members of the board of directors for Audubon Canyon Ranch, which offers conservation science, habitat protection and restoration, and nature education programs, were elected.

[caption id="attachment_95228" align="alignleft" width="192"] Barbara Ramsey[/caption]

Barbara Ramsey, a 2002 graduate of the ranch's docent training program, will fill the Bouverie Preserve Docent Council seat. Over the past 40 years, she has served at numerous nonprofit organizations, including board president for the Sonoma County Medical Association Alliance Foundation. She volunteers with the city of Santa Rosa and serves as vice chair of the Santa Rosa Board of Community Services. She holds a B.S. in nursing and a master's degree in nonprofit administration.

[caption id="attachment_95229" align="alignright" width="192"] Joan Turner[/caption]


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