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Randall Moots, former managing shareholder of KPM CPAs & Advisors, has died. He was 69.
His obituary at GreenlawnFuneralHome.com does not state a cause of death but indicates he was at Barnes Jewish Hospital in St. Louis at the time of his death. Moots, of Billings, died April 9.
Moots led KPM as managing shareholder from 2018 until his retirement in 2021, according to a statement from the accounting firm.
“I, along with KPM, share in the sad news of Randall passing; he served as a mentor for many here at the firm," said Sean Balisle, current managing shareholder of KPM, in the statement. “We are forever grateful for his contributions to KPM and the accounting industry."
Moots’ obituary also pointed to his mentorship work.
"In the course of his years of dedicated work he touched many people’s lives, and he was extremely proud of the opportunities he had to provide mentorship to others and of the friendships he developed with his clients and colleagues," his obituary reads.
Moots had more than 40 years of industry experience, according to a retirement announcement posted by KPM in 2021.
He previously served as managing partner of Davis, Lynn & Moots PC, which merged with KPM in 2014, according to past Springfield Business Journal reporting.
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