Parker Dalberg

When Parker chose to come to Hellam Varon at the end of 2021, he was looking for a new experience and a workplace that would help him create a balanced life. Parker entered the public accounting world in 2006 after working for a software company that produced accounting programs. At Hellam Varon, he provides tax preparation, planning, and consulting services for individuals, trusts, and small family businesses. While he does not profess to be a “math guy”, he is drawn to the way numbers fit together like puzzle pieces and likes the never-ending challenges that accounting presents.  

What Parker does profess to be is a people person. Connection is his watchword. He is all about building solid, long-standing relationships with his clients and colleagues and finds it the most rewarding part of accounting. When it comes to client relationships, he is passionate about helping them understand the tax law in their specific situation and creating optimal financial outcomes. He is also a mentor for junior staff, a role he relishes. 

Outside of work, Parker is a runner, golfer, and a musician. In fact, his first visit to the office was on a Sunday when he ran from his home in North Seattle to Bellevue. Did we mention he has a lot of energy? Parker has played the guitar and studied music since he was 10 years old. He is the guitarist and sings vocals in a band dubbed “Pardon the Boys.” With the same kind of passion he shows for work, Parker comments, “Running and playing music are as important to me as breathing.” He and his wife, Tami, also took up hiking a couple years ago, when he discovered his fear of heights. While he may not reach heights on hikes, who knows what heights he’ll reach at Hellam Varon! 


City University
BS in Accounting 

Golden Gate University
Master in Taxation 


Certified Public Accountant

Professional Associations

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants

Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants

Practice Emphasis

Family Businesses, Trusts, Individuals 

Community Activities

Musician in Pardon the Boys 

Anyone may so arrange his affairs that his taxes shall be as low as possible; he is not bound to choose that pattern which will best pay the Treasury; there is not even a patriotic duty to increase one’s taxes.” —Judge Learned Hand

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