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Exit Strategy Advisors

Mike Dambach

C.P.A, AIF®

Wealth Manager

Mike Dambach

C.P.A, AIF®

Wealth Manager

Biography

After a nearly 40-year stint in public accounting, Mike joined Plancorp in 2014. In his previous role at BKD, he was the firm’s National Manufacturing & Distribution Group industry tax leader. He also served a four-year term on BKD’s National Tax Committee, which sets policies and procedures for the firm’s tax practice.

Mike draws on his public accounting tax experience to advise clients on tax-planning opportunities. Then, he works closely with their other professional advisors to implement those ideas. In his free time, Mike enjoys playing and watching sports, many of which he coached when his children were young.

Awards and recognitions
  • Southeast Missouri State University Alumni Merit Award 1996
  • Kingdom House Partnership Award 2008
Community Involvement
  • Southeast Missouri University Foundation Board Member, 2012 – February 2018
  • Kingdom House, Member of Board of Directors, Finance Committee and Capital Campaign Committee, 2014 – present
  • Concord Trinity United Methodist Church, Governance Board Chair and Member of Endowment Committee, 2014 – present
  • Member of Living Memorials Committee, 2011 - present
Education
  • Southeast Missouri State University, B.S., Business Administration, Accounting, 1974

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