George Bryant Joins HHM Wealth Advisors, LLC

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

HHM Wealth Advisors, LLC, a full-service financial planning firm, announced that George Bryant, CFP, has joined the firm as a wealth advisor.  At HHM Wealth Advisors, Mr. Bryant will specialize in foundation and non-profit portfolio management, retirement income planning and investing, and building retirement transitions for business owners.

“With George’s vast experience serving families and foundations, we expect his financial planning and investment management expertise, coupled with his personable demeanor, to provide immediate benefit for our clients and those clients who will transition with George to HHM Wealth Advisors,” said Travis Hutchinson, CFP, and Partner at HHM Wealth Advisors.

Mr. Bryant joined HHM Wealth Advisors, LLC, in October 2013.  He has 25 years of experience helping clients meet their financial goals.  He was most recently employed as a trust department portfolio manager for a regional bank in Chattanooga, where he managed endowment, foundation, retirement plan and personal trust accounts.  He was the bank’s first financial planner for the region.

Earlier in his career, he worked for two local Registered Investment Advisor firms as well as Charles Schwab and Company, Inc., in Nashville. 

Mr. Bryant is a 1981 graduate of Wofford College in Spartanburg, S.C., with a bachelor’s degree in Economics, and he completed his financial planning education in 1995.

For additional information, please call 826-1670.


Association Of Fundraising Professionals' Southeastern Chapter To Hold Membership Meeting May 27

The Southeastern Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) will hold its monthly membership meeting on  Wednesday, May 27  at the Mountain City Club, located at 729 Chestnut Street, from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m .   This month’s guest speaker is Lynne Wester, Founder and Principal of Donor Relations Guru. Ms. Wester is a frequent conference ... (click for more)

GDOL To Help Automation Personnel Recruit Workers In Dalton Next Week

The Georgia Department of Labor (GDOL) will help staffing company Automation Personnel fill 60 jobs for companies with textile plants in Murray and Whitfield counties. The recruitment will be held on  Wednesday, May 27 , from  9 a.m. to 12 noon  at the GDOL’s Dalton Career Center, 1406 Chattanooga Ave. The company is recruiting extrusion, ... (click for more)

City Applying For Federal Grant To Extend River Trail To Moccasin Bend In $2.23 Million Project

The city is applying for a $1.6 million federal grant that would be a key part of the funding needed to extend a trail by the Tennessee River from Renaissance Park to Moccasin Bend. The city is seeking an Eastern Federal Highway Division grant to go along with $234,260 of city funds. The state portion would be $259,692.  Grants from the Lyndhurst and Benwood Foundations ... (click for more)

Flora Tydings Selected As Chattanooga State’s Next President

Flora Tydings is expected to be named the next president to lead Chattanooga State Community College pending approval by the Tennessee Board of Regents at a special called meeting next Wednesday. The board will meet at 9:30 a.m. CDT at the TBR System Office in Nashville. Included on the agenda is TBR Chancellor John Morgan’s recommendation for Dr. Tydings to replace Interim President ... (click for more)

Don't Make A Mockery Of Memorial Day - And Response

We're told Memorial Day is the day to honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice in order that we, as Americans and others around the world, might live free, unshackled (invisible or otherwise) and without oppression. But how is that so when so many in America continue to be denied those freedoms? Others whose family and friends made the ultimate sacrifice? Their surviving families ... (click for more)

Roy Exum: A Great Orthopedic Success

Mark Freeman, the chief of orthopedic surgery at Erlanger Hospital, shared a dazzling look at our area’s Level One Trauma Center Friday morning. Yet, as he described the dramatic changes that have occurred in just the past 12 months, the promise of what will happen within the next year was even more appealing. Believe this, our flagship hospital is getting well in a hurry. “If ... (click for more)