Dione Stolarski is a Principal at DHJJ specializing in advanced accounting technology support. With decades of experience in technology settings, Dione assists clients in manufacturing, wholesale, medical and many other professions to handle issues ranging from setting up their accounting systems to troubleshooting network problems, supporting electronic medical records systems and converting from legacy programs to QuickBooks.
Dione is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) and a QuickBooks Advanced ProAdvisor. Her depth of understanding in everything QuickBooks is unmatched – Dione is the #1 ranked ProAdvisor in the Midwest! She trained with GE, supporting their hospital and lab integration systems and has a high level of expertise with servers and the network environment as well. In fact, she could complete and install a full enterprise network plan, if necessary.
Originally from Chicago, Illinois, Dione worked for the original owners of Brown’s Chicken for many years, beginning when she was still in high school. The company’s founder, Belva Brown, served as a mentor to Dione and introduced her to accounting, taxes, software and computers. Dione was fascinated and has delved into the complexities of both accounting and computing ever since.
Today Dione lives in Palos Heights, Illinois with her husband and dog. She has three adult children and four young grandchildren. When not playing with tech tools or solving problems for clients, Dione is an avid gardener and cook.
- Dione loves the culture and food of Mexico. Each year, she and her husband take a trip to their favorite spot – Zihuatanejo, Mexico, near Acapulco. You might recognize it from the movie The Shawshank Redemption.
- Dione’s extreme love for gardening gets really serious when it comes to peppers. Each summer she grows 20 different kinds of peppers in her large vegetable garden and jars enough giardiniera to last the year.
- Planning is another of Dione’s fortes. Everything from vacations to dinner parties gets thoroughly researched and planned to perfection. It’s a gift (or an obsession).