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Founded by Christi Griffin, Griffin Law Office serves the legal interests of Middle Tennessee health care providers and businesses. For over 20 years, Christi has represented health care and business organizations in Tennessee, Maryland and Washington, DC in the evolving legal issues confronting and challenging their practices. Griffin Law Office is located in rapidly growing Wilson County and provides clients in smaller markets a local choice for sophisticated legal services tailored to their industries.

Master in Health Services Administration The George Washington University Washington, DC

Corporate Law and Business Transactions Corporate governance; executive advisor; acquisition, recapitalization, and sale of businesses; unfair business practices; business formation and structure

Christi is an accomplished attorney and legal executive with a proven track record of representing innovative organizations in all business life cycle stages, both as a corporate lawyer serving on the senior management team and as a private law practitioner. Christi speaks to industry groups on health care legal operations and liability management issues, providing education and tools to improve business performance.

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration University of Alabama, Huntsville

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Admitted to practice law in the courts of Tennessee and in the United States Supreme Court Published legal author Completed the prestigious University of Virginia Trial Advocacy Institute

Corporate experience includes serving as Vice President and General Counsel to an outsourced clinical services business holding the dominant market share in the US and Germany, Vice President and Assistant General Counsel to the largest publicly traded dialysis company globally, and Assistant General Counsel to the Washington, DC-based Blue Cross Blue Shield plan. Private practice includes representing health care organizations at the litigation firms of Gideon & Wiseman and Howell & Fisher in Nashville and at the national firm of Epstein, Becker & Green in Washington, DC. Areas of practice included medical malpractice, hospital operations and liability matters, insurance coverage, and contract and business transactions. Management experience includes operations and strategic planning for community, tertiary, teaching and government hospitals, including Dana Farber Cancer Institute, New England Deaconess Hospital and the Veterans Administration Health System. Client engagements include:

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Christi actively participates in business, educational and service organizations serving Middle Tennessee. She is a member of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee for the American Red Cross and serves as Regional Council Chairperson. She belongs to Kiwanis International of Lebanon, TN and served three terms as President and General Counsel to the Board of Directors for Outlook Nashville. She also has assisted families in need of pro bono legal services and courtappointed guardianship services. Currently, Christi is an adjunct professor at the Cumberland University Labry School of Business and Technology.


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Electric Service Credit Union was founded in 1951 by employees of Nashville Electric Service. Our membership is now open to other Middle Tennesseans. ESCU is a financial cooperative; a financial institution owned by its members. Because the credit union is a cooperative, members share in the profits; this allows them to pay less for loans, enjoy fewer fees, and earn a fair return on savings.

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Much has changed in the financial services world, and many banks have begun charging for products and services that once were free. At Cornerstone Financial Credit Union, your employees will receive: • FREE checking accounts with FREE debit card usage and no minimum balance requirements • FREE Internet Banking, Electronic Bill Pay, Mobile Banking, and Remote Deposit • Personal service at our six Middle Tennessee branches • Fee-free withdrawals at more than 30,000 ATMs nationwide to access your cash • Low rates on new and used car loans, signature loans, mortgages, home equity lines of credit, and credit cards • Federally insured deposits • Accounts can be opened online, from employees’ desktops These products and services are complemented by financial advice, free online financial education, and periodic on-site visits where we can offer the kind of personalized and convenient service your employees deserve.

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News & Notes | Winter 2013 www.cedarstonebank.com From the President

Wrapping Up 2013

Offering a full range of financial services for you and your business.

  At this time

presenting sponsor of the 2013 Donelson-

have seen the bank grow with new loan deposit customers. September 30,

Lebanon Office

busy wrapping

2013 year-to-date financial highlights

900 West Main Street

Dash, a benefit run and walk for the

up one year and

are: total loans, $109,397,000; total

Lebanon, Tennessee 37087

Chamber and the YMCA Full Circle

completing plans

deposits, $147,610,000; total assets,

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and strategies for

$171,371,000, and net income,

a new one. The

$607,000.

year 2013 has

  The next newsletter, to be published

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been a very good year for CedarStone

in early first quarter 2014, will include

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Bank and 2014 has all the necessary

details of 2013 activities and accomplish-

ingredients to be successful also.

ments, as well as insights about objectives

  During this year, we have seen the

for 2014. In the meantime, please

Donelson Office

economy steadily improve as our

contact me if I can be of assistance

2900 Lebanon Road

customers have become more confident

and we hope you have a wonderful

Nashville, TN 37214

each year, we are

and

peace on earth

Hermitage Chamber of Commerce D-H

Program. Over 270 participants enjoyed a gorgeous Saturday morning on

Mt. Juliet Office

November 2 as they ran or walked the 10K or 5K track through Two Rivers Park and the Stones River Greenway.

(615) 754-1411

2013 D-H Dash Committee Chair and CedarStone Bank Lebanon Office manager Melynda Bounds is pictured with Summit Hospital CEO Jeff Whitehorn.

CedarStone Bank’s Bob McDonald and Will McDonald with Mayor Karl Dean.

CedarStone Acquires Land, Has Room to Grow

(615) 874-1444

in economic conditions. Also, we

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Dash Raises Funds for Donelson-Hermitage Chamber    CedarStone Bank was once again the

   “We have

view of the main office for customers

Board of Directors

always had an

traveling east down West Main Street

Kevin D. Bay

interest in the

making for a huge improvement in the

Jacqueline W. Cowden

property west

bank’s curb appeal.

of our main

   “I can’t tell you the number of folks

Donald E. Moser

office but the

that have commented about our bank

Bancroft O’Quinn, MD

opportunity

since the demolition has taken place.

Nelson Steed

never arose

It’s like we have unveiled our building

Paul B. Vantrease, Jr.

to purchase

all over again,” commented John

the site. The

Bryan, Vice President and Relationship

property

Manager for CedarStone Bank.

Robert L. McDonald

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   CedarStone Bank recently purchased

owner casually walked in one day and had

   The property will provide for

the adjacent lot to the west of the main

a conversation with John Bryan and we

future overflow parking for the bank

office in Lebanon formerly known as

were able to come to terms to purchase

and will serve as additional green area

Lebanon Tire Company. The plans for

the property,” explained Bob McDonald,

to improve the overall aesthetics of

the acreage are still in the works but

CedarStone Bank President

the property.

the area has been cleared and sodded

and CEO.

   “We hope to have the landscaping

and will continue to be improved in the

   The demolition of the metal building

and site plan finalized by the first

coming months.

and fenced area has opened up the


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