Dean A. Burdon, CPA
Mr. Burdon founded Tameracq Partners, Inc. in 2001. Before Tameracq
Partners, he spent four years as Owner and President of
Eagle Consulting Group, Inc., a successful business
consulting firm. Mr. Burdon has concentrated his efforts in
the investment banking field with mergers and acquisitions
for privately held companies.
Prior to his experience in investment banking and business
consulting, Mr. Burdon was the Chief Financial Officer of
Buckley Corporation. While at Buckley Corporation, Mr.
Burdon was instrumental in the purchase and sale of home
heating oil companies and the sale of Smith-Holden, Inc., a
value-added distributor of dental supplies, equipment and
service. Mr. Burdon has been employed as the controller of
an international and domestic household goods moving company
and accounting supervisor of an international toy company.
From 1982-86, Mr. Burdon was with Arthur Young (currently
Ernst and Young), an international certified public
Mr. Burdon received a BS in Business Administration from the
University of South Florida specializing in Accounting. He
is a member of the Rhode Island Society of Certified Public
Accountants, Florida Institute of Certified Public
Accountants, and American Institute of Certified Public
Arthur J. DeBlois
Prior to joining TPI, Mr.DeBlois was the President and CEO of DB
Companies (formerly DeBlois Oil), a $200 million petroleum distributor and convenience
store operator with 170 locations in four states. Under his leadership, DB Companies
more than doubled its size, diversified its revenue stream and began a franchise
program. Mr. DeBlois has led and participated in the acquisition and divestiture of
over 20 companies which included overseeing financial and environmental due diligence
and structuring purchase agreements as well as arranging and negotiating senior and
Prior to joining DB Companies Mr. DeBlois was President of Regal Lite
Corp, a lighting manufacturer. He began his career in commercial lending at Fleet National
Mr. DeBlois has extensive knowledge of the private capital markets,
traditional and non- traditional financing alternatives. In addition, he has experience
in wholesale and retail operations.
Mr. DeBlois has served as a member of the board of directors at
several private companies and is currently on the board of AAA Southeastern New England
and Meridian Printing. He is also a Trustee of Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island.
Mr. DeBlois is a 1972 graduate of Boston College and resides in Seekonk, MA.