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Varney Agency announces promotion of Steven Nadeau to CFO

Posted March 04, 2014, at 2:45 p.m.
Steven Nadeau
Steven Nadeau

BANGOR, Maine — Varney Agency has announced that Steven Nadeau has been promoted to Chief Financial Officer. Steven most recently served as Financial Manager since joining the organization in May 2013.

“It is with great pleasure that we recognize Steven’s strong leadership, expertise and accomplishments,” said Tim Varney, president of Varney Agency, in a press release. “Steve will continue to bring in-depth knowledge and experience to the organization and serve as a tremendous asset to its future, working to create innovative solutions for financial reporting and to improve the company’s accounting capabilities.”

Steven has nearly 20 years of experience in accounting. Prior to joining Varney Agency, Steven was the Accounting Manager at Sunbury Medical Associates in Bangor, Maine. During his eight years with Sunbury Medical Associates, he planned, organized and directed all aspects of the Accounting Department. Steve also worked in other accounting roles in various industries, where he was responsible for accounts payable, tax compliance, financial analysis and systems processing.

Steven earned a bachelor’s degree in Public Accounting at Husson College. He was born in Fort Kent, Maine and raised in Winterville, Maine. He now resides in Bangor, Maine with his wife Angel, and two daughters, Alexa and Alivia.

 Varney Agency has grown to 23 locations located from Fort Kent, Maine, to Tampa, Fla., over the last 30 years. Varney Agency is dedicated to providing convenient locations to better serve not only their customers but also the community. Local, experienced and friendly insurance professionals are the core of this family owned and operated business, three generations strong in leadership. For more information, visit www.varneyagency.com.

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