Capaldi Reynolds & Pelosi today announced that Frank Pelosi, one of the Firm’s Managing Partners and Director of Litigation Support, has decided to retire effective August 31, 2018.
Frank has served in his current role at the Firm since 2000, where he helped oversee its most critical operations and management processes. He joined the Firm in 1971 after graduating from Mount Saint Mary’s College with a degree in Business Administration. He received his MBA from Monmouth University in 1980.
During Frank’s tenure with the firm, he played a critical role in helping the Firm adapt to the evolution of the business climate of South Jersey as well as in the accounting industry. In the process, he served as a champion for inspiring staff and helped shape the Firm’s culture. He has qualified as an Expert Witness in the New Jersey Superior Court in the areas of accounting, taxation, business valuation and pension valuation; serving as both a joint expert and a court appointed expert. Frank is a past president of the Atlantic-Cape May Chapter of the NJSCPA and has served as an adjunct faculty member at Richard Stockton University and Monmouth University.
As he prepares for retirement, Frank shared, “I want to express my deep appreciation for the opportunity to work with and benefit from so many talented and dedicated colleagues, both in and outside of the firm. Many things serve to inspire me, and I strive to pass along the inspiration. One of my favorite quotations is a Zen proverb that says ‘when you get to the top of the mountain, keep climbing’ and I plan to keep that in mind as I make this newest transition.”
“Frank has contributed over 40 years of experience to Capaldi Reynolds & Pelosi, and his achievements will not be forgotten. He has been instrumental in establishing our firm as experts in business valuation and litigation support. His work ethic, command of complexity, devotion, and client focus have been exemplary,” said Matthew Reynolds, one of the Managing Partners of Capaldi Reynolds & Pelosi. “Frank has been a mentor to many, and his influence has made an indelible impact on generations of professionals at the firm. I want to thank Frank for all he’s done for us.”
Frank plans to enjoy family and friends and do some traveling in the upcoming years.