Patsy A. Iezzi, Jr. (Pat) graduated with a B.A., majoring in accounting, from St.... more
Patsy A. Iezzi, Jr. (Pat) graduated with a B.A., majoring in accounting, from St. Vincent College in 1971 and earned his J.D. at Duquesne University in 1974. Pat is licensed as a Certified Public Accountant and Attorney. He has conducted numerous lectures and seminars on individual and corporate taxes, estate planning and business law. He was the 1995-1996 President of the Southwestern chap... view profile
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