Our Team


  Our staff members bring together a myriad of experience from many different fields and industries helping us to better understand the procedures and processes of our diversified client base. Our staff work closely together to help one another to efficiently and effectively meet our client's needs in a timely manner. We take pride in the work we do and strive to help our clients sucessfully run and grow their businesses.




Samantha (Sam) Plett CPA, CGA, is a partner of Biddlecombe Plett and Associates. She earned her Certified General Accountant designation in 1997 after graduating from Kwantlen College with the President’s Outstanding Graduate award in 1994. She has worked in public practice for both large international firms and mid –size local firms in a variety of accounting, taxation and consulting capacities as well as working as assistant controller and cost accountant with a manufacturing company. She understands both the roles and pressures of internal and external accountants and how to best work together to achieve common objectives.

She grew up in the Surrey area and is involved in many non-profit and community sports associations. Her passions include supporting her sons and husband in their endeavours, as well as camping, fishing, paintball, and whatever activities her sons have taken up. She has a Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do and held the Canada Champ title for her divisions in 2009 & 2010 for forms, weapons and sparring.

  Keith Biddlecombe   Keith I. Biddlecombe, CPA, CGA, CFE, is a partner of Biddlecombe Plett & Associates. He received his CGA designation in 1984 and his CFE (Certified Fraud Examiner) in 1996. During his prior work experience, Keith has held senior financial positions including being Controller of a few large and well known companies including a chain of retail stores with over 500 outlet locations. Keith prides himself of the growth of the organization mostly by referrals from existing clients which is a testament to the “way we look after our clients.”

Keith sits on the disciplinary committee of CPA-BC and is quite a car nut. He is the president of the BC Hot Rod Association and spends his weekends either relaxing in Sechelt or at a car event.