When Suzanne Landers and her husband Bill prepared to celebrate their son Andrew’s graduation from the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), they also pursued plans to support his long-term professional goals.
Founded in spring 2017, the Memphis Area Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) Association serves as a platform for collaborative work to identify the needs of low-and-moderate-income individuals and geographies and actively promote efforts to meet those needs.
Mary Claire White fell into her current business, so to speak, when she was providing customer support for a soap- and candle-making supply company.
Hank Hill’s relationship with Financial Federal goes back even farther than the Bank’s beginnings.
Growing up in one of the poorest counties in Tennessee, Dr. Linda Tharp was encouraged to keep her career goals simple.
Realtor Meredith McDonald has been selling homes with Hobson Realtors in Memphis for thirty years, and her relationship with Financial Federal goes back to the beginning.
After an upbringing in the mortgage business, Richard Robinson ventured out on his own into the car industry, becoming the founder of Robinson Toyota. He didn’t lose touch with his roots, however – the seed money for the dealership came from Financial Federal, where he had a strong connection.