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Grant Boyd




Doing the right thing has always been a way of life for Grant Boyd. As Senior Vice President for The Trust Company of Tennessee, it comes through naturally in his everyday work with his clients. “The Trust Company of Tennessee is a family of financial advisors who have a common goal of doing the right thing, showing respect for others and consciously following through with promises made,” Boyd said. “These are all key elements of our overall mission and everyone in the company follows them faithfully.”

Boyd has a passion to serve clients’ wealth management needs and offer high quality advice throughout their financial challenges and successes. “The Trust Company of Tennessee is uniquely positioned to provide customized services to clients due to its culture of excellence, proactivity, genuine relationships, integrity, confidentiality, commitment and independent advice as one team,” says Boyd. He admires this mission and tries to instill it in all aspects of his life. Boyd feels civic service is very important and a valued use of time and energy. Some of the organizations he supports are the United Way of Knoxville,

The University of Tennessee Medical Center, the Boy Scouts of America, Webb School of Knoxville, and the Tennessee Innovation Valley STEM Executive Council, just to name a few.

“So many of our Knoxville organizations need our help and time to support their good work in our community,” he said. “Giving back whether with time, money or both is critical in keeping our community a vibrant and enjoyable place to live for generations to come.”

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