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Ray J. Groves and Thomas L. Holton are AICPA Gold Medal winners.

The AICPA awarded the Gold Medal, its highest honor for distinguished service to the accounting profession, to Ray J. Groves and Thomas L. Holton.

Groves is chairman of Ernst & Young and a former chairman of the AICPA board of directors. He is a member of the American Stock Exchange board of governors and serves as a director of the Business Council of New York State. Groves has also served as chairman of the University of California Securities Regulations Institute advisory board.

Holton is a retired chairman of Peat Marwick International. He is a former member of the AICPA board of directors and council, and a past chairman of the AICPA committee on auditing procedure (now the auditing standards board) and the committee on SEC regulations.
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Title Annotation:for distinguished service to the accounting profession
Publication:Journal of Accountancy
Date:Jan 1, 1992
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