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Weaver merges with Killman, Murrell & Company

Weaver, a US member of Baker Tilly International, has merged with the Midland, Texas office of accounting firm Killman, Murrell & Company.

Killman, Murrell & Company provides audit, accounting, tax planning and preparation, advisory and due diligence services.

Wayne Murrell, who has years of oil and gas industry knowledge and experience providing clients with tax, accounting and advisory services, will join Weaver as a partner in its tax and strategic business services practice. Two other team members will be located in the firm’s Midland office.

Weaver, which was founded in 1950, has 450 employees and provides audit, tax and advisory. The firm has offices in Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Midland, Odessa and San Antonio.

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