Cheryl B. Biondolillo, Certified Public Accountant Professional Corporation, recently occupied additional office space on York Avenue in Gloucester Court House and has added two new employees.
Owner Cheryl B. Biondolillo said her office offers tax preparation, tax records, and payroll, as well as trust and estate work.
Maria Calloway and Cristina Schultz are accountants and offer public accounting including tax work.
Calloway previously worked two years for an accounting office in Newport News. Originally from Deltaville, she now resides in Harcum with her husband, Hunter, a James City County firefighter.
Calloway is a graduate of Middlesex High School and earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in accounting at Christopher Newport University. She is working toward a master’s degree in accounting at Liberty University.
For Schultz, this is her first accounting job. She earned a bachelor’s in accounting at Virginia Commonwealth University and an associate’s degree at Rappahannock Community College.