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"Our clients’ needs deserve the utmost attention to detail and the highest quality of service."

 - Robert G. Astorg, CPA, Senior Manager

Robert G. Astorg, known to his clients simply as "Bob", has been a Certified Public Accountant since 1970. Bob is the Chairman of the Federal Tax Project Group for the West Virginia Society of CPAs. He is a graduate of Marshall University and has accumulated over 42 years of continuing professional education. In 1991, Bob's knowledge of financial institutions earned him the position as Director of United Bankshares, a position he still holds today. He has been the Chairman of the United Bankshares Audit Committee since 1989.

You can reach Bob at or 304-420-1042.



"We create order out of disorder. I have seen the biggest piles of paper transformed into workable, accurate tax and financial documents many times. It's like putting together a big puzzle. I love puzzles!"

- Linnie L. Bradley, Senior Staff Accountant

Linnie prepares both individual and business tax documents, generates monthly and quarterly financial statements and executes payroll for several of the firm's business clients. A 26-year veteran, Linnie has work exclusively with the firm’s team.

Reading, crochet, and being with family and friends are some of the things Linnie does in her spare time.

You can reach Linnie at or 304-420-1036.



"I like working with my clients and the satisfaction I get when I solve their accounting and tax problems."

- Richard A. File, CPA, Senior Manager

36 years of experience, 26 with the Astorg & Jones team

You can reach Richard at or 304-420-1040.



“I like to work with numbers and also like helping clients.”


- Deborah C. Owens, EA

Deborah specializes in tax preparation, particularly in 1040's and Trust.  She has a bachelors degree from West Virginia University. Deborah has been with the company for 15 years and has been preparing tax returns for over 36 seasons.

 In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her grandson and hopes to visit Walt Disney World.  She has two children, Lucy and Charles, son-in-law, Jon, and grandson, Michael, who is almost 3.

You can reach Deborah at or 304-420-1038.

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