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Three new staff accountants hired by Westberg Eischens in Willmar

Nate Barber, Chris Gross and Camron Hedman have joined Westberg Eischens as staff accountants in the firm's Willmar office.

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WILLMAR — Westberg Eischens has hired three new staff accountants in its Willmar office — Nate Barber, Chris Gross and Camron Hedman.

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Barber is a 2006 graduate of St. Cloud State University with a bachelor's degree in marketing and he received his master's degree in business administration in 2011 from Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall.

In his role as senior associate, Barber will assist in managing the bookkeeping department, as well as tax preparation and client bookkeeping.

He lives in New London with his wife, Amber, and two daughters.

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Gross has worked for nearly 20 years in management positions in accounting and business, as well as 12 years in the construction industry.

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He holds a bachelor's degree in accounting from Central College in Pella, Iowa, and will work primarily with the tax, audit and bookkeeping departments.

Originally from Muscatine, Iowa, Gross now lives in Willmar.

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Hedman will work with the tax and audit departments.

After completing his generals at Ridgewater College, Hedman transferred to Minnesota State University — Mankato where he received his bachelor's degree in finance, and a minor in business administration.

He is a native of the New London-Spicer area and currently lives in Spicer with his wife, Sarah.

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

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