Pete Geneva joined the firm in 2019 when Conn Geneva & Robinson merged with Hungerford Nichols. He was a shareholder at Conn Geneva & Robinson and now serves as a principal at Hungerford Nichols.
Pete works with a variety of individuals and businesses in a range of industries including real estate, manufacturing, construction, and professional services. He works principally in the tax and advisory areas, along with a number of accounting review and compilation engagements.
Pete earned both his Bachelor of Business Administration degree with High Honors in 1979 and his Master of Business Administration degree with Honors in 1986 from Grand Valley State University.
Pete currently serves as the treasurer of Mediation & Restorative Services, which is a United Way affiliate in Muskegon. He lives in Spring Lake with wife Rhonda and two teenage daughters, who were both adopted from China. He is active in his church at Harvest Bible Chapel in Spring Lake.