Several Associates Join Pinnacle Financial Partners

Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Several financial services professionals have joined Pinnacle Financial Partners’ Shallowford Road and Broad Street offices. Jeremy Mason is the new office leader at the firm’s Shallowford Road office, joining financial specialist Lauren Lee, who came to Pinnacle last year. New associates at the Broad Street office include Glenda Tharp, Cristy Monroe and Casey Johnson.

“Our clients appreciate working with professionals who have the expertise to handle their business efficiently based on years of financial services experience,” said area manager Ryan Murphy. “All of these additions are assets to our culture of distinctive service here.”

Mr. Mason brings 15 years of financial services experience and comes to Pinnacle from SunTrust Bank, where he most recently served as branch manager. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Covenant College in Lookout Mountain, Ga.

Ms. Lee has seven years of experience, most recently at Millennium Bank, where she was head teller. Previously she was a customer service representative at Bank of America.

Ms. Tharp is client services support manager at Pinnacle’s Southside office. She has 12 years of experience, most recently at First Volunteer Bank, where she was a lead customer service representative. Previously Ms. Tharp was a branch service leader with Regions Bank. She earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration from Middle Tennessee State University.

Ms. Monroe is a trust advisor assistant for the firm’s Broad Street office. She comes to Pinnacle with 14 years of experience, most recently at Regions Bank, where she served as regional executive assistant. Previous roles at Regions include trust advisor assistant, relationship team administrator, branch service leader and teller.

Ms. Johnson is based at Pinnacle’s Southside office where she is a financial specialist. Before joining Pinnacle, she spent 26 years in the financial services industry, most recently as a loan officer service representative with Michigan One Community Credit Union. Prior roles included assistant branch manager for Bank of America and operations manager for Flagstar Bank.


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