Neddenriep Financial Donates $4,000 To Douglas County Senior Center

Posted By on March 20, 2017

by Melissa Blosser, Douglas County Community Relations · 1 min read

MINDEN, Nev. — Neddenriep Financial, a long time local accounting firm led by Mark Neddenriep, owner and CPA in Minden, has again pledged a tremendous annual gift of $4,000 to the Senior Center. Last year, he pledged to support and sponsor the senior dining room and repeated his generosity for the 2017 year.

The funds are needed for equipment in the Senior Dining room and kitchen, supplies, and much more to operate the very busy and popular dining room used by hundreds of seniors every day. The Douglas County Senior Services strives to provide nutritious meals, support services, recreational activities, Homemaker, Senior Companion, and Transportation services to residents 60 years of age or older in Douglas County. They also offer services to help Seniors stay independent and in their homes whenever possible.

Pictured left to right: Gary Dove (DCCS Foundation), Jonel Neddenriep, Brian Fitzgerald (Douglas County Community Services Asst. Director), Mark Neddenriep, Travis Lee (Douglas County Senior Center Division Manager), Bryt Lewis, Scott Morgan (Douglas County Community Services Director), Bob Cook (DCCS Foundation).

The Neddenriep family is fifth generation in Douglas County. Neddenriep Financial is a local accounting firm serving Minden, Gardnerville, South Lake Tahoe and the surrounding areas of Carson Valley. They are committed to helping clients with high quality tax preparation and financial planning and to their community. A huge thank you to Neddenriep Financial for supporting the Douglas County Senior Center.