Margaret worked for her father, E. M. (Ted) Cox, from 1972 to 1999. In 1999, his firm merged with Walsh Kelliher & Sharp, and Margaret joined the firm. Margaret works primarily on accounting write-up work, assisting clients with preparing their accounting records for use in financial statements & tax returns.
She earned a degree in Business from University of Colorado, and serves as a Board Member of Denali State Bank, Golden Heart Community Foundation and the Fairbanks Curling Club Foundation. She is also an active member of the Fairbanks Curling Club.
Outside of the office, Margaret enjoys curling, traveling with her husband, yard work, and going to her lake cabin in the summer.
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