10 Questions With Kyle Yeoman, Our Newest Financial Services Professional

We are pleased to announce that Kyle Yeoman has joined our group of Financial Services Professionals in our Brentwood office! Kyle brings a wealth of experience and insight to this role and with access to our broad product line, services and tools, he can help build you solid financial solutions for today, tomorrow, and years to come. Kyle is recently married and moved to Nashville after graduating from Union University with a degree in Business Administration.

  1. Where are you from originally? What do you like about it? I am from Louisville, Kentucky originally but I spent most of my childhood living in Eastern Europe.
  1. What are your hobbies/interests? I really enjoy anything sport or health and wellness related. I played college soccer and playing sports growing up instilled that in me.
  1. What is something you are really good at? I am good at sticking to things. If set my mind to something, it gets done.
  1. What would you love to be able to do better? I would love to be better at slowing down and enjoying the season of life I am in a bit more often.
  1. What’s your favorite part about Nashville? My favorite part about Nashville is the energy. There is so much activity it is just a fun city all around.
  1. What was your very first job? My first job was working at Five Guys. I made a mean burger and fries.
  1. What is your favorite place in the world? My favorite place in the world is probably the beach. Any beach, just the sound of the waves and the smell is amazing.
  2. What is your favorite family tradition? The beach trip my family takes every year over the summer is definitely my favorite. There are about 40 of us that go, and it is always a blast to connect.
  1. The best part of waking up is? The best part about waking up is the fact that it is a new day and whatever happened yesterday, good or bad, is in the past. Opportunity excites me.
  1. Why financial services? For most of my childhood, I was a missionary kid. During that time, we saw a lot of poverty. Many of those experiences instilled in me a desire to create financial independence for myself and my family and to help others do the same. When we make good decisions with money, it frees us to generously give. Wealth is a tool, and using it properly is a great way to make a positive impact on others.