NASBA leaders and members were saddened by the recent passing of NASBA Board of Directors member John F. ‘Jack’ Dailey, Jr., CPA, RMA, PSA, a retired partner and consultant at Bowman & Company LLP of Voorhees Township, NJ. Dailey passed away on June 23, 2022, at the age of 71.   

Most recently, Dailey served as a NASBA director-at-large and as chair of NASBA’s Legislative Support Committee. He was a former Northeast regional director of NASBA and a former chair of NASBA’s CPE, Relations with Member Boards and Peer Review Compliance Committees.  

Dailey was a member of the American Institute of CPAs where he previously served on the AICPA Council and Professional Ethics Executive Committee from 2010-13. He was appointed to the New Jersey State Board of Accountancy by three governors and served as its president from 2013-15. Dailey was also a member of the New Jersey Registered Municipal Accountants Association, and a past president and member of the New Jersey Society of CPAs (NJCPA). In 2021, the NJCPA honored Dailey as the recipient of its 2021 Lifetime Leader Award.  

As a lasting tribute to Jack’s love of the profession and support of the next generation of CPAs, the NJCPA has established a scholarship in his honor. NASBA will honor Dailey and others during its 115th Annual Meeting awards ceremony on Tuesday, November 1.  

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