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An original staff member, Dillon Revelle has been with Carmines Robbins & Company, PLC since the firm’s inception in June of 1994. As Partner, Dillon is responsible for accounting, review, and audits; and specializes in serving the needs of automobile dealerships, manufacturing companies, and real estate development and management companies. Dillon has earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with a concentration in Accounting, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in History—both from East Carolina University. He became a Certified Public Accountant in 1986. Dillon is an Adjunct Professor of Accounting at Paul D. Camp Community College, and has served as Secretary, Vice President, District Treasurer, and President of the Suffolk Ruritan Club, and Assistant Scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 30.
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