After a 41 year career, Bill Dangl spent the last two and a half years as the Accounting Services Director at EHTC, starting in September 2017. As a member of the Leadership Team within an EOS company, Bill always brought fresh ideas and thoughts on how to keep the firm moving forward. He spent time creating processes and procedures for the Accounting Services department, made many contributions to the firm’s marketing program and was someone the team looked to for advice.
Bill specialized in performing Outsourced CFO and controller services to clients ranging from small to medium sized businesses. Bill's focus was on financial/cash planning and projections, product profitability, financial reporting, financial modeling, as well as business and financial strategy. His aim was to enable businesses to focus on growing their company and day-to-day operations while he ensured the financial aspects of the company received the attention they deserved. Bill earned his Bachelor's degree in accounting from Michigan State University and his Master's of Business Administration from Grand Valley State University. Bill ends his working career with a long list of accomplishments!
The team at EHTC will not only miss Bill’s commitment to the team and clients, but also his community involvement. He was the former the Board Chairman of the Blandford Nature Center and Treasurer of the Barry County Chapter of Pheasants Forever. Going into retirement, Bill will be found outdoors hunting, fly fishing, hiking, biking and boating. He is a dedicated Michigan State University (MSU) sports fan and loves spending time with his wife and family, including his 4 sons, his daughters-in-laws and his 11 grandchildren.
The entire team at EHTC, along with our clients and colleagues, wish Bill all the best in his new journey into retirement! Thank you for ending your career with EHTC and all your ideas, inspirations and contributions along the way. Although an in-person celebration cannot happen at this time, the team remotely put our well wishes together for him. You will be missed, Bill! Thank you!