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Joyce Stokes

Joyce Stokes

Larner Consulting
The WOW! Bookkeeping Mentor

Hello Everyone. I am Joyce Stokes – Owner and Senior Bookkeeper with Larner Consulting. It seems that virtually all my life I have enjoyed working with numbers, and my career in corporate accounting and administrative roles provided excellent training and experience for over 20 years.

In 2004, I decided to put that focus into running my own bookkeeping and business support company. Bookkeeping is the base – data must be timely and accurate. Once you have that – the magic starts to happen. As a Certified Professional Bookkeeper, I work with my clients to help them understand their numbers, anticipate upcoming financial commitments and ensure that they feel confident, knowing they are in control of the operation of their business.

When I don’t have my “Larner” hat on, I can be found at home on our farm near High Prairie. With my husband, we operate a multi-generational grain farm. My 2 sons, now grown, make my Mom heart happy, and I am surrounded by a large extended family that remind me everyday the power of roots in a community.

I’m a bit of a quote geek, and a favorite is by Maya Angelou – “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel”. It is this spirit that moves me.

Joyce Stokes

Larner Consulting
The WOW! Bookkeeping Mentor

Hello Everyone. I am Joyce Stokes – Owner and Senior Bookkeeper with Larner Consulting. It seems that virtually all my life I have enjoyed working with numbers, and my career in corporate accounting and administrative roles provided excellent training and experience for over 20 years.

In 2004, I decided to put that focus into running my own bookkeeping and business support company. Bookkeeping is the base – data must be timely and accurate. Once you have that – the magic starts to happen. As a Certified Professional Bookkeeper, I work with my clients to help them understand their numbers, anticipate upcoming financial commitments and ensure that they feel confident, knowing they are in control of the operation of their business.

When I don’t have my “Larner” hat on, I can be found at home on our farm near High Prairie. With my husband, we operate a multi-generational grain farm. My 2 sons, now grown, make my Mom heart happy, and I am surrounded by a large extended family that remind me everyday the power of roots in a community.

I’m a bit of a quote geek, and a favorite is by Maya Angelou – “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel”. It is this spirit that moves me.