John Boekweg, CPA, attended Brigham Young University and majored in Accounting and Information Systems, graduating in 1995. Shortly thereafter he passed the CPA exam and went to work for a local firm in Idaho Falls, Idaho where he focused on audit and tax services for farmers and ranchers, construction contractors, and employee benefit plans. In 1997 he joined the Salt Lake City, Utah office of a national firm as a senior auditor focusing on government and not-for-profit organizations, auto dealerships, franchisors, and employee benefit plans. John went on and obtained his Master of Business Administration from Utah State University while working at a local firm based in Salt Lake City, Utah as an audit manager in 2000. He spent the next 17 years working for this firm as an audit manager and became partner in 2008. John was the partner-in-charge of the firm’s Vernal, Utah office from 2008 to 2017 when he sold his practice and joined Haynie & Company in November 2017. He relocated as a partner of Haynie & Company and is now practicing in their San Antonio, Texas office.
John is licensed in the States of Texas and Utah and is a member of the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants (TXCPA), Utah Association of Certified Public Accountants (UACPA), and American institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA).
John’s industries with substantial experience include government and not-for-profit entities, construction contractors, CIRAs, auto and truck dealerships, employee benefit plans, and farmers and ranchers. John has over 20 years of experience providing audit, tax, forensic accounting, and consulting to large and small organizations in these industries. John has also functioned as team captain on a number of peer review engagements in recent years.
John is married to Becky and has loved every minute of it! (She thinks he’s ok, too.) They have ten children and four grandchildren that keep them busy. John’s hobby is having fun. He loves hanging out with his wife and kids and grandkids and likes to do anything that brings them together. Until he moved his family to San Antonio, John loved to run the RAGNAR relay (a 189 mile relay race) with his boys every year for nine years. He also enjoys Dutch-oven cooking and being active in his local church, community, and Rotary group.