With more than 25 years of experience in corporate management and small business ownership, Graeme specializes in helping individuals and business owners set up and maintain their financial records and bookkeeping systems. He is a Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor.
After earning a B.A. degree in accounting and business administration from Wittenberg University, Graeme started his career with General Mills and transferred to Central Florida with subsidiary Darden Restaurants. Leaving the corporate world after a decade, he purchased his own restaurant in Orlando and turned it into a profitable venture that supported his family for 15 years. In 2005, he sold the business, and it was time for a new challenge—becoming a Professional Bookkeeper and Daily Money Manager.
Graeme's personal interest in becoming a DMM evolved with the failing health of his parents. Trying to care for them long-distance—managing their daily expenses, handling pension checks, tracking down countless medical bills—gave him insight into the need for a trustworthy professional to manage everyday finances. Most accountants, lawyers and investment planners are too busy. A Daily Money Manager fills the gap.
As a proud member of the DMM and bookkeeping professions, Graeme pledges to act with honesty and integrity toward every client. As a son, he hopes to treat each person with the same care and respect his parents deserved.
Alaine Reinhardt Kaminsky
Alaine grew up in Wooster, Ohio, and earned a B.A. degree in accounting from Wittenberg University, following in the footsteps of her sister, Alison, and brother-in-law, Graeme. After graduation, she came to visit them in Florida and met a local boy; the rest is history. She and her husband have two children, graduates of the University of Florida.
Alaine worked as an accountant for Forum Architecture in Winter Park and Wayne Densch Distributors in Sanford. She specializes in QuickBooks data entry, bill-paying, and account reconciliations.
Alison Reinhardt Lockwood
As a project manager for AAA National Headquarters, Alison worked as a liaison between business lines to keep publishing projects on schedule. She also served as Director of Communications for RE/MAX Regional Headquarters. She now manages the financial details and deadlines of our clients.
A graduate of Wittenberg University with a degree in journalism and creative writing, Alison published a novel about a fiery tragedy in Orlando called The Arsonist's Last Words. She continues to work on new projects.