Kelly Johnson And Stacey Yount Join The Hutton Company

Tuesday, January 22, 2013
Kelly Johnson
Kelly Johnson

The Hutton Company announced the addition of Kelly Johnson, staff accountant, and Stacey Yount, paralegal.

Ms. Johnson is a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and received a bachelor of science degree in business administration with an emphasis in accounting.  She has joined the Hutton accounting team as a staff accountant and will be primarily responsible for general ledger accounting. Her work experience includes a general ledger accountant for US Express and a legal office administrator for Johnson & Mulroney. She is a volunteer for Chattanooga Habitat Young Professionals and the Junior League of Chattanooga. 

“Kelly is a great fit for the Hutton Company and we are excited to have her as a part of the Hutton accounting team,” said Spencer Chinery, Hutton’s vice president of financial services.

Ms. Yount graduated Summa Cum Laude from South College where she received her degree in paralegal studies. Her work experience includes an estate settlement and trust officer for Regions Morgan Keegan Trust and a litigation paralegal for Chattanooga’s McMahan Law Firm and several law firms in Knoxville before returning to Chattanooga. 

“Stacey is a terrific addition to our legal team,” said Catherine Long, general counsel of the Hutton Company. “Her skills and experience will help improve our capacity to close the growing volume of deals we are handling.”

The Hutton Company is a national, full service, development, real estate and construction company.  Since 1998, the Hutton Company with the support of Hutton Construction, Inc. has developed over 750 retail sites in 35 states.  The Hutton Company completed 62 development projects in 2012 across the United States.

 

Stacey Yount
Stacey Yount

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