Wealth Advisor and CPA
Lydon Crane is a Tax Partner with Phillips Oakes Goodwin Crane & Co, PLLC in Burley Idaho. He attended Idaho State University, and graduated with a Bachelors in Accounting in May 2009. During his time at school he had the opportunity to begin his accounting carreer as an intern with ON Semiconductor. After graduation, he accepted a staff accounting position with Moss Adams LLP and worked in their Eugene Oregon office doing both Tax and Audit work for 3 years.
In 2013 Lydon decided to return home to Idaho and took a position with Phillips Oakes Goodwin Crane & Co, PLLC in Burley where his grandfather had been a partner for over 40 years. In 2016 he became a partner and has been working since that time to grow his practice. Lydon’s office provides services to a wide variety of small businesses and individuals, with an emphasis on agriculture based businesses. Lydon enjoys helping his clients start their own businesses and watching them enjoy the benefits of being self-employed and building their wealth.
Lydon is joined in Burley by his loving wife Tawny and their four children; during his free time he enjoys fishing, running, and cycling.
Professional Associations: Mini-Cassia Chamber of Commerce – Ambassador & Board Member, Member of the AICPA, Member of the Idaho Society of CPA’s
Work Address: 1710 Overland Ave PO Box 608 Burley, ID 83318
Office phone: 208-878-7000
Fantasy Job: Fishing Guide
Favorite Vacation: Anywhere on the East Coast of Florida
Favorite Book: The Book of Jacob, Book of Mormon
Favorite Movie: Star Wars: Rogue One
Best Financial Advice Ever Received: My father always told me to be my own boss and make at least a quarter of a million dollars a year. Great advice then: great advice now.
Describe Your Personality In One Sentence: Someone who dreams big, but loves the ordinary.
Place You’d Most Like To Visit: Belize, Central America
Item On Your Bucket List: Complete a half Ironman and own a bass boat
Biggest Accomplishment: My marriage and my family
Favorite Quote: “You don't climb into a T-180 to be a driver. You do it because you're driven.” Racer X