Thomas E. Hollerback, president & CEO, says, “Our three new principals are talented professionals who are committed to helping Yeo & Yeo’s clients
succeed. They are strong leaders in serving clients in their respective industries with energy and enthusiasm. We are proud to welcome Ali, Brad and
Kristi to the principal/ownership group.”
DeVries specializes in audit, consulting and tax services for nonprofit organizations, affordable housing, trade associations and real estate entities.
He is a member of the firm’s Nonprofit, Audit and Real Estate Services Groups. As a Certified Association Executive, DeVries provides clients with in-depth expertise in nonprofit and association management. He
also holds a Non-Profit Certificate 1 from the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. He is a member of the Michigan Society of Association
Executives and the Michigan Nonprofit Association.
DeVries joined Yeo & Yeo in 2005 and is based in the firm’s Lansing office. In the community, he is the treasurer of a condo association and a graduate
of Leadership Lansing.
Barnes is based in Yeo & Yeo’s Alma office and provides audit services, with an emphasis on government entities, schools, nonprofit organizations and
employee retirement benefit plans. She joined Yeo & Yeo in 2007 and is a member of the firm’s Audit Services Group, Pension Services Group and
Government Services Group.
In the community, Barnes serves on the board of directors and finance committee for the Gratiot County Community Foundation. She is also board treasurer
for the Alma Police Athletic League and serves on the finance committee for Girls on the Run.
Krafft-Bellsky is the firm’s Director of Quality Control, overseeing the development and implementation of policies and processes to comply with professional
standards and regulatory requirements. She joined Yeo & Yeo in 2003 and led the development of the firm’s award-winning YeoLEAN Audit Process that continues to significantly benefit the firm, the professional staff and the firm’s clients. Krafft-Bellsky is a member of the firm’s Audit Services Group and Education Services Group and is based in the firm’s
the community, Krafft-Bellsky is treasurer of the Frankenmuth Jaycees’ $1 million spray park project and treasurer of the Frankenmuth Community Foundation’s
Legacy Ball Committee. She is a graduate of the Saginaw County 1000 Leaders initiative and Leadership Saginaw County. She is a member of 100+ Women
Who Care Mid-Michigan and serves as an AYSO 5U soccer coach.