If you’re from Halls, chances are you might already know (and love) Judye Gribble. Through her career, her children, and her church, she has built strong relationships with the people of the community. Judye began her career in the financial industry in 1979 when she began working as a teller at First Tennessee Bank/First Tennessee Brokerage (FTB).
Judye quickly advanced in her career and achieved numerous awards while working with the bank. However, she says her most valued “award” was the opportunity to work with so many nice people. In 2016, Judye decided to join a longtime friend and coworker Burt Peake, Jr. in his move to independence. She still works directly with him as he helps clients build, manage, and preserve their wealth. Judye and her husband are enjoying a new phase in their lives: grandparenting! She is also making time to see travel, starting within the United States.
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