Larry is the founder and president of OPSCPA. He grew the business from his home office with just one employee (himself) to the firm that it is today with several full time staff members in an office in historic downtown Leavenworth. He is passionate about leveraging the power of technology for his firm and his clients and is constantly searching for the most useful and applicable software developments and applications. Partnering and watching his clients grow and succeed as profitable businesses is something that gives him great satisfaction. Larry is active in the community serving on the Commerce Bank of Leavenworth Board of Directors, the Kansas City Kansas Community College Accounting Advisory Board, past member of the Leavenworth Catholic Schools Finance Committee, and as past treasurer of the Leavenworth Kiwanis Club and the Lansing Educational Foundation Board.
Larry lives in northern Leavenworth County with his wife, Tammy, their twin daughters, Madison and Mackenzie, and son, Quinn. He is an avid sports fan who has coached his kids and their friends in football, baseball, basketball, soccer, and wrestling. He even fulfilled a life-long dream of coaching the local Catholic High School wrestling team for four seasons. Currently, he enjoys watching his son and his buddies play high school sports for Maur Hill-Mount Academy in Atchison. He is a proud supporter of the Kansas State University Wildcats, the Kansas City Royals, and of course the Chiefs. When he isn’t watching his teams play football, basketball, or baseball, he enjoys spending time with his family and friends, especially around the pool and grill during the summer. He also enjoys traveling, great movies, and attending concerts with his family such as Mumford and Sons and Twenty One Pilots, two of their favorite bands.
1987 - 1994, Staff Accountant - Wagner & Associates, Chartered
1994 - 2000, Controller - Studdard Moving & Storage, Inc.
2000 - 2003, Investment Advisor - Edward Jones
2003 - Present, President - O'Donnell Professional Services, P.A.
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