About Us

Our Story

C.L. Coonrod & Company is a CPA firm focused exclusively on local governmental units in Indiana. We provide assistance to our clients in the planning of their fiscal affairs and deal effectively with the regulations imposed by the State Board of Accounts, the Department of Local Government Finance, and other state agencies. Our firm finds ways to turn these regulations to your advantage and avoid unnecessary expenditure cuts and revenue losses. We also provide assistance to our clients in preparing financial statements in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) to be included in comprehensive annual financial reports (CAFRs).

Our Team

Curtis Coonrod

Curtis Coonrod, CPA



Mr. Coonrod is a certified public accountant whose practice involves services to Indiana local governmental financial management. His work involves helping clients understand and deal with the regulatory framework within which local government operates in Indiana.

His clients are Indiana municipalities, counties, and townships. His work includes budgeting and planning for these entities.

Benjamin Roeger

Ben Roeger, CPA



Mr. Roeger’s practice involves services to local government financial management. He helps his clients better understand how they will be fiscally impacted by Indiana regulatory measures. His clients are Indiana municipalities, counties and townships.

He also stays active in government serving as the Treasurer for several political committees across the State of Indiana.

Stephanie Lilly

Stephanie Lilly



Ms. Lilly provides services to local units of Indiana government. Her clients are primarily Indiana townships,municipalities and special districts.

She collaborates with her clients to help them best deal with the both the intricacies of the state regulation of local government in Indiana and the practical carrying-out of unit policies and procedures.

Jake Calderon

Jake Calderon


Mr. Calderon manages administrative projects that ensure the efficiency and functionality of the firm. 

His management duties stretch across more than just the upkeep of the office. As the firm’s bookkeeper, he works with clients to ensure billing processes are running smoothly and manages payroll. Additionally, he completes tax return work for non-profits and has developed a training program for new hires.