First Tennessee employees are committed to empowering and improving communities across Middle Tennessee. That commitment is best reflected through our investment of time, talent, and resources in innovative programs promoting financial literacy and empowerment, economic development, education, quality healthcare, and the arts.
“We support our employees when they volunteer because we believe that investing in communities makes our success possible,” said Doyle Rippee, Middle Tennessee Market President for First Tennessee Bank. “Great people build great communities, and great communities allow great financial services companies to thrive. That’s why we are honored to salute the finalists for the Strobel Volunteer Innovator Award, whose time and talent make such a difference: Andrew Bishop, Richard Patton, and Dr. Roy Thompson.”
First Tennessee is the Volunteer Innovator Award Presenting Sponsor for the Mary Catherine Strobel Volunteer Awards.