Dee joined Mannia & Company in October 2010 as an administrative assistant and receptionist. She spent the previous 10 years employed at another CPA firm in Fort Wayne as the tax return processor.
Along with being an administrative assistant, she is a Notary Public. Dee graduated in 1973 with a degree in Cosmetology and is also a trained locksmith. She volunteered in the Civil Air Patrol organization for 5 years where she was the assistant to the Commander and attained the rank of 1st Lieutenant, as well as being the testing officer.
Dee’s husband Rich, is a locksmith and has owned his business for over 35 years. They have a son Tony, who served in the United States Army and was honorably discharged in 2006.
Dee’s hobbies are yoga, cross stitch and shooting combat drills.
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