Estate Planning Council Announces New Officers

Monday, November 12, 2012

The Estate Planning Council of Chattanooga has announced officers for 2012-2013. 

Jeffrey M. Turner, of Capital Financial Group, was named president. Jennifer Kent Exum of Spears, Moore, Rebman and Williams was named vice president. Also named were Teresa Whitton of FSG Bank as secretary, Gloria S. McConnell of Neal, Scouten & McConnell as treasurer, and Barton Close of Classic Wealth Advisory of Raymond James as past president.

Directors are Richard L. Cox, Sr. Cox Wealth Management; Shelton Swafford Chambers, Husch Blackwell; William Bowen, Bowen and Bowen LLC; Jerre B. Mosley, Patrick Beard Shulman + Jacoway; Brent McDade, Decosimo Advisory Services and Philip O. Barnes, CapitalMark Bank and Trust.

Administrative assistant is Robin E. Holcomb, Spears, Moore, Rebman & Williams.

The council is an interdisciplinary organization for professionals involved in Estate Planning.



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