Details for Dalby Wendland & Co Pc
1948 464 Main Street, P.O. Box 430 Grand Junction, CO 81502 (970) 243-1921 www.dalbycpa.com 7797-1 In 1948, Walter Dalby opened the doors to one of the first accounting firms in Grand Junction and western Colorado. During the early years, the firm had a large impact in the uranium and mining industries. In fact, Dalby created many of the accounting procedures used for mining industry-wide. He also served on the Tax Committee of the Colorado Mining Association and wrote numerous articles for mining industry publications. Always looking for the best talent, Dalby recruited Wes Wendland in 1955. Wes’s uncompromising ethics, core values, and focus on client relationships helped to set the firm for future growth. Together, their legacy built what is today the largest public accounting firm headquartered in western Colorado -Dalby, Wendland & Co., P.C. (DWC). DWC’s six offices in Aspen, Glenwood Springs, Grand Junction, Montrose, Rifle, and Telluride serve thousands of clients regionally, nationally, and even abroad. Leveraging dynamic professionals specializing in numerous industries, the Firm provides audit, client accounting services, and business advisory services. DWC also handles specialty services such as forensic accounting, business valuation, cost segregation studies, estate/trust and gift tax planning, litigation support, new business start-up, and retirement plan benefit audit/review. The diversity of people and industry in western Colorado has allowed DWC professionals to represent expertise in a broad range of work. Industries served include agriculture and ranching, dealerships, aviation, construction, financial institutions, healthcare, education, homeowners and condo associations, hospitality, insurance, manufacturing/ distribution, not-for-profit, oil and gas, real estate development and investment, retail, and winery and vineyards. “We help businesses and individuals obtain peace of mind regarding their finances,” says Chris West, CEO at DWC. “We are a member of their team to help them achieve their goals and we look to build long-term relationships.” DWC recognizes clients are important and giving back to their communities is a priority too. The firm contributes over $100,000 each year to local nonprofit and community groups. Employees donate thousands of hours in volunteer efforts by serving on community boards, committees, and participating in various events.