As Senior Accountant for AGC Greg Crisostomo covers most general accounting needs for the association property management accounting and accounting for AGC’s BUILD PAC. He fields questions about everything from AGC membership dues to building tenant questions. Greg started working here twelve years ago and has worked his way up from a part-time Accounting Assistant over the years he has been here. He started learning about accounting while going to the UW for a couple years and has continued to expand his education with specialty classes about accounting and property management.
Greg was born in Guam where his grandfather owns a construction company and moved to the Federal Way area when he was three. He and his wife Clarisse were high school sweethearts and currently have four children (3 boys and 1 girl ages 13 11 8 and 6). They like to spend their time camping fishing crabbing (and generally anything to do with seafood). One of their favorite camping spots is Fort Flagler which is over on the Olympic Peninsula. They also like to travel overseas especially to places like the Philippines or Guam. “Basically anywhere warm with great beaches” Greg said. All four children are home-schooled and together they have all taken up ballroom dancing as a fun family hobby.
As his favorite AGC memory Greg said it had to be the time when the entire office went on a retreat to Yakima and floated down the river. It was the first time the association had tried an event like that and he loved the experience and the time spent with people he didn’t normally get a chance to get to know. Overall he stays crazy-busy but always takes the time to answer people’s accounting questions.
“The AGC accounting department is a well oiled machine thanks to Greg’s commitment and years of service to AGC” said Kelly Barber AGC’s Controller.