BKD Names Partners, Makes Promotions

Updated: Jul 21, 2017 10:33 AM

BKD has appointed three partners: Andrew Rinzel (pictured), Justin McNabb and Craig Kuechenberg (pictured). Rinzel is a member of BKD National Governmental Group and BKD National Not-for-Profit Group. He graduated from the Indiana University Kelley School of Business with a B.S. degree in accounting.

McNabb has worked as accounting and auditing partner for BKD’s Bloomington. He directly works with clients providing audit, accounting and consulting services to entities primarily in the manufacturing, distribution and service industries. McNabb graduated from Ball State University with B.S. and M.S. degrees in accounting.

Kuechenberg is a member of BKD National Manufacturing & Distribution Group. He graduated from Butler University with a B.S. degree in accounting. 

The firm also promoted Nickie Redick to office industry leader for construction. She previously held various positions for the firm such as supervisor, manager and most recently senior manager. Redick received her bachelor's degree in accounting from the University of Indianapolis.

Also, Isabel Santner has been promoted to office industry leader for real estate. She previously worked as a director in real estate tax services for Katz, Sapper & Miller and is also a partner for BKD. Santner received her B.A. in accounting from Manchester College. 

Scott Siegel has joined the SALT team in Indianapolis. He has provided tax services for over five years and has extensive experience addressing state income and franchise tax issues. Before joining BKD, Siegel provided state and local tax planning and consulting services to companies across many industries. He is a graduate of Indiana University, with a master of business administration degree in accounting.

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