Duane M. Reyhl, CPA, CGMA
Duane Reyhl is an accounting and auditing partner with the Michigan firm of Andrews Hooper Pavlik PLC. His primary focus is auditing, attestation services, and forensic accounting. He also helps clients refine their internal control and implement accounting standards. Duane’s industry experience includes not-for-profit organizations, local governments, colleges and universities, school districts, employee benefit plans (private, governmental, and SEC), health care organizations, and construction contractors. Prior to AHP, Duane was a member of a San Jose, California firm and served for six year as the technical director for the Peer Review Program of the California Society of CPAs where he oversaw the program’s technical review process and assisted reviewers and firms with technical questions related to audit, accounting, and peer review standards. Prior to that, Duane was the partner in charge of auditing, accounting, and quality control for an Oakland, California firm.
His service for the Michigan Association of CPAs includes current membership on the Peer Review Task Force. Duane is a past chair of MICPA A&A Conference Panning Task Force and the Accounting and Auditing Standards Task Force.
Duane has previously written the AICPA course, Peer Review – Are You Ready, and speaks frequently on audit, accounting, and peer review topics for various organizations. He has been a discussion leader at two AICPA Peer Review Conferences. In addition, he has taught a section of the course, Financial Statements in the Courtroom, for the National Judicial College. Duane has also written two courses for the California Society of CPAs: Audit Planning: A Practical Approach to Integrating the Standards and Non-Profits – Issues with Fraud, Risk Assessment, Internal Control, and Volunteers.
Duane is the past district governor for Rotary District 6310, a past president of the Rotary Club of Saginaw-Sunrise and serves as the school board treasurer for St. Charles Community Schools. Away from work, he enjoys spending time with his family, writing children’s stories, performing genealogy research, and playing the acoustic guitar.