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Pam Husband, LTP 71745P, ATP


Bill R. McCracken

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Pam Husband joined Bill in his tax practice in 1996 as plans were being made to open the first Oregon City office on Washington Street. She became an Oregon Licensed Tax Preparer 71745P in 1998 in order to participate more fully in the business.  She also obtained her Accredited Tax Preparer credential from the Accreditation Council for Accountancy and Taxation.

Pam's background includes working for the American Cancer Society and Oregon Health Sciences University. Her many years working with volunteers and staff to accomplish complicated projects serves her well during the office's busy tax season. One of her greatest joys is talking to people and assisting them to get their questions answered. 

When not working, Pam enjoys doing a variety of crafts including sewing and cross-stitch. She is an avid genealogist and is making great progress on tracking down her elusive (if not illustrious!) ancestors. She is the family's chief travel planner and loves researching interesting places to visit and talking to clients about their trips and adventures. Pam is a native of the Pacific Northwest but spent most of her school years in southern California. She graduated from UCLA and moved back to Oregon in the late 70s.