At Pattillo, Brown & Hill, L.L.P., our continued success is a direct result of our client’s accomplishments. Our longevity is exclusively a product of our top-notch team, consisting of innovative thinkers, critical problem solvers and dedicated partners who easily provide a clear and comprehensive plan for your financial achievement. PB&H has been pace setter within the Waco, Texas community since its inauguration in 1923 and continues to be one of the oldest and most respected accounting firms in the Southwest.
Over 130 professionals await to meet each client’s individualized accounting needs. With offices located throughout Waco, Temple, Hillsboro, and Houston, Texas as well as Albuquerque, New Mexico, our team is committed to providing an entirely unique blend of technical expertise, responsiveness and understanding. From accounting services to governmental audits, corporate assessments to financial institutions, PB&H promises to redefine the idea of what it means to be full-service.
Pattillo, Brown & Hill strives to deliver innovation, integrity, and balance to both its clients and its team members. We understand the dynamics of building a successful business and strive to be a valuable resource that our clients depend on for advice and growth. We offer a unique blend of technical expertise, responsiveness, and genuine concern for our clients’ financial futures. PB&H employees contribute to the community and promise to develop, while successfully maintaining, our local identity and personal relationships with our clients. These core beliefs reflect how we manage our work, our relationships and ourselves. In choosing PB&H, these beliefs will bring your connections to the forefront, providing exceptional service every day in every way – through knowledge, equality, personal accountability, and respect. These standards are our roadmap for how we conduct ourselves and our business, day in and day out.
The firm was founded in 1923 by Waco’s first CPA, Frank L. Wilcox. Mr. Wilcox was married to the daughter of former Governor of Texas and Baylor University President, Pat Neff. As he grew in his career, Mr. Wilcox went on to be elected the Mayor of Waco, President of TSCPA and Vice President of the AICPA. As the firm gained traction, he added Pat Pattillo (also a former Mayor of Waco and Past President of the TSCPA!), Rodney Brown and Walter Hill as partners. Together, they created a basis for our firm today, branding their legacy within the Waco community. After Mr. Wilcox’s death, the firm’s name officially became Pattillo, Brown & Hill, L.L.P. In 1997, our Hillsboro office was acquired, with our firm in Albuquerque joining shortly after in 1998, followed by our Temple office in 2001. Our expansion into these communities is just the beginning of what is on our horizon!
Our growth is solely because of our unyielding commitment to client service. This has resulted in the diversification and evolution of our client base, positioning PB&H between the incredibly large national accounting firms and the smaller local firms. This progress has allowed us to develop our resources and personnel to be in the position to resolve even the most complex issue, but enabled us to maintain our commitment to give each of our clients the personalized service they deserve.