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Lindsey Stage joins Westberg Eischens in Granite Falls

Lindsey Stage has joined the Westberg Eischens accounting office in Granite Falls as a staff accountant.

Portrait of Lindsey Stage of Westberg Eischens
Lindsey Stage
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GRANITE FALLS — Westberg Eischens has hired Lindsey Stage to join its Granite Falls accounting office as a staff accountant.

According to a news release, she will assist with client bookkeeping, payroll, tax preparation, compilation and review services.

Stage graduated from Bemidji State University and holds a bachelor's degree in accounting.

She is a native of Scotland, South Dakota, and currently resides on a hobby farm in Delhi with her husband, Brandon.

Westberg Eischens is an accounting and advisement firm with offices in Willmar, Montevideo, Granite Falls and Brewster.

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