27
Jan 2017

Hussey Gay Bell Announces Two New Principals

Savannah, GA and Columbia, SC − Hussey Gay Bell announces Mr. Tony Uhrich, CPA, and Mr. Kevin Strickland, PE, as Principals and Vice Presidents of the firm.

An employee of Hussey Gay Bell since 2010, Mr. Uhrich has more than 17 years of experience specializing in accounting for private companies in metro Atlanta and coastal Georgia.  A Georgia State Certified Public Accountant since 2003, Mr. Uhrich holds two degrees from The University of Georgia – a Bachelor of Business Administration as well as a Master of Accountancy degree with emphasis in Taxation.  Mr. Uhrich is a graduate of Leadership Savannah.  Past and present community and industry commitments include: Metropolitan Savannah Rotary, Greater Savannah Sports Hall of Fame Board, Benedictine Military School Alumni Board Treasurer, Progressive Abilities Support Services Board, Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church special events volunteer and various coaching engagements for his children’s sports teams. Affiliations include the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and Georgia Society of Public Accountants.

An employee of Hussey Gay Bell since 2015, Mr. Strickland is an engineering and site development veteran with nearly 30 years of experience including the design, planning, permitting and project management of water/wastewater treatment plants, wastewater collection systems, water distribution systems, transportation systems and site development for clients throughout the Carolinas.  A native of Scranton, South Carolina, Mr. Strickland is a licensed professional engineer holding registration in South Carolina with a Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering degree from Clemson University.  Past and present industry and community commitments include:  SouthernCarolina Alliance Board, My River Starts Here Storm Drain Marking Team Volunteer Team Lead, Trinity Baptist Church Royal Ambassador leader, Columbia Midlands United Way internal team leader and Lexington School District Two volunteer speaker for STEM-oriented programs.