Meet Fred Lundin

Fred has over 44 years of experience in public accounting, commencing his career as an auditor with a large national firm throughout the Midwest. For the last 40 years he has owned and managed his own accounting practice based in Wausau, WI. He has also owned several small businesses, served on the board of directors of a community bank and has counseled his clients throughout north central Wisconsin in matters of general business and taxation. He has extensive experience in business valuation, working with attorneys on litigation support matters and is certified in the science of financial forensics.


University of Iowa, Iowa City – BBA in accounting

Industry Involvement

AICPA – American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

AICPA/FVS – Forensic and Valuation Services Division of AICPA

NACVA – National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts

WICPA – Wisconsin Institute of Certified Public Accountants

ISCPA – Iowa Society of Certified Public Accountants, Lifetime member

Business Valuation and Litigation Briefing – Member of national editorial board

Community Involvement

Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin, member of board of directors, treasurer and member of executive committee, member of Founder’s Society

Marathon County Economic Development Council, member of board of directors, treasurer and member of executive committee

Wausau Region Chamber of Commerce, past president, Wausau Region Chamber Foundation, member of board of directors, vice-president

Wausau College Baseball, Inc., member of community advisory board

Merrill Rotary Club, member, past president, Paul Harris Fellow

Personal Interests

Fred enjoys spending time with his three sons, family and grandchildren. An avid reader with an interest in history, he is also a sports enthusiast and enjoys hiking, bicycling, hunting, fishing and the Green Bay Packers. He has an appreciation for travelling, has been involved in the ownership and management of restaurants and has an interest in fine dining, wines and ballroom dancing.

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