Katie Moore is the latest Moore family member to join our team – making her the fourth generation to work at the practice.
Katie, 19, joins her father Jonathan and uncle Chris, who are both Partners and her grandfather Dudley Moore who retired after many years at the practice and still remains part of the firm as a consultant.
The practice celebrated its 125th anniversary last year with the earliest records of the practice dating back to 1892 from offices in Victoria Chambers in Hull city-centre. Katie’s great-grandfather Stanley Dowsland Moore played a pivotal role after joining in 1932 and buying the practice for £1,852 in 1935. He changed the practice name to Dutton Moore the same year and led the practice move to Silver Street in 1947 where the practice remained until 2012 before relocating to the current prestigious premises at Aldgate House in Market Place.
Katie has joined the practice as an accountancy trainee on the in-house training scheme after completing her A-Levels in Economics, Business and Financial Studies at South Hunsley Sixth Form. Katie commented: “I wanted to go into accountancy because it felt like a natural progression from the A levels I completed.
“To be following in the family’s footsteps is important because it is carrying on the tradition into the fourth generation – and of course I am the first female member of our family to be a part of Dutton Moore!”
Jonathan Moore, Partner at the practice and Katie’s father, commented: “In respect of Katie I am immensely proud that she has decided to follow in the footsteps of her father, uncle, grandfather and great grandfather. Accountancy has been a huge part of our family’s life for generations and to see my daughter enter into the profession herself is a wonderful marker in our family’s life."
Tony Bullock, Managing Partner, added: “We welcome Katie to the practice. The Moore family are a huge part of both our history and our future. I wish Katie every success in her career.”
"We have worked with Dutton Moore for many years and have always received a first-rate service. The team at Dutton Moore provide us with invaluable accountancy, strategic planning and business advice as we continue to be a growing business in this region."Simon Gibson, Director at Simon Gibson Transport Ltd, Goole, East Yorkshire
Grain merchants and farmers, Burstwick, East Yorkshire:Jeremy Saunt, Director at Johnson and Saunt
"We have been clients of Dutton Moore for more than 20 years – they carry out all our accountancy work and business advice, their service and attention to detail is outstanding."
"Dutton Moore are an excellent provider of financial services for significant Hull based businesses such as Smales. We have worked with the firm for many decades and are guaranteed sound financial and business advice, alongside the general accountancy services that they provide. What is key for my Company is the direct involvement of the partners with the Smales management."Robin Orr B.Com; C.A; C.T.A, Financial Director, F.Smales & Son (F.M.) Ltd, Hull
"Having worked with Dutton Moore for many years now, we have always found the service extremely professional, prompt and courteous. As a growing business over the years their advice has been exemplary and without their valuable assistance in accounting and strategic planning we would have found the many transitions of growth a lot more challenging."Richard Spencer, Commercial Director, Spencer Signs Ltd, Hull
Dutton Moore is incredibly proud of our outstanding record of long service from our team members. Many of our staff and Partners have been with the firm for 30 plus years. This week we would like to especially recognise two of our team members who have jointly worked for Dutton Moore for 82 years! What amazing service and we thank you. Partnership Secretar...
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