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Peter Pruitt Guides Deloitte Offices In Florida Puerto Rico Finding Time For Community Role Drumming In House Band

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Written by on July 11, 2013

Peter T. Pruitt has worn many hats during 35 years at Deloitte, which include audit partner, a national industry role in the real estate practice and, at times, the Southeast leader of DeloitteÕs financial advisory services practice.

After his first 29 years he ran the audit practice for the firmÕs Washington office for four years and was later asked to return to Florida to be managing partner for Florida and Puerto Rico.

Now, as office managing partner for offices in Miami, San Juan, Jacksonville, Tallahassee and Tampa with roughly 900 professionals in the practice, Mr. PruittÕs primary role is to build eminence for Deloitte in the community and provide the best service to each client.

Mr. Pruitt has been active in the community as treasurer of the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, chairman of Washington-based patient support group Platelet Disorder Support Association, and past chairman of the Orange Bowl Committee.

But perhaps the hats he enjoys wearing most during his time off work are those of golfer, cyclist, fisherman and drummer for a Washington in-house band.

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