Members of the Montgomery Enterprises team recently attended the national smaller dollar industry convention in Miami, FL. Montgomery Enterprises is a proud member of the Financial Service Centers of America or FiSCA which represents thousands of storefront lenders across the country. Company president, Luke Montgomery, currently serves on the board of directors of FiSCA. While in Miami, Luke, Latessa Blissard and JonJon Suggs visited with a few of our vendor partners. Pictured are Luke, Latessa and JonJon with the Vergent Team who provide us our operating software.
Thank you to all of the locations that participated! Ya’ll were extremely creative with your pumpkins.
DISTRICT 1 NEW ALBANY
DISTRICT 2 AMORY MONEY MATTERS
DISTRICT 3 BELMONT
DISTRICT 4 DEMOPOLIS
Katrina McGee is the Assistant Manager at Money Matters in Belmont. She is always eager to help other offices in her district by traveling to fill in for other team members when the need arises. Katrina’s work ethic and dedication to her office and customers is top notch! Her enthusiasm for her work shows in the success they are having in Belmont with her small town’s office ranking in the top quartile of our lending locations companywide. Thank you, Katrina!
Left to right: Travis Fritz, grandson of Candy Lee, April White, Jessica Calvert, Alise Dill, Larry and Delois Montgomery, JonJon Suggs, Jana Humphries and Tanya Little.
We were thrilled to have Alise Dill back in the office at Fulton Money Matters/home office after an extended maternity leave for three months! WELCOME BACK, Alise! WE missed YOU!
The MEI Volunteers enjoyed another fun trip to LeBonheur Children’s Hospital in Memphis on Saturday, June 29th. Thank you for volunteering and giving your time to the patients at Lebonheur.
“Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they just have the heart” – Elizabeth Andrew
Montgomery Enterprises would like to recognize and thank our employees who are Military members or family members for their patriotic service in support of our country.
Thanks to President Harry S. Truman, today is a day to pay special tribute to the men and women of the Armed Forces. Armed Forces Day is celebrated on the third Saturday of May. President Truman led the effort to establish a holiday in order for citizens to unite and to honor our military heroes for their patriotic service in support of the United States of America.
Batesville Check Delay, Assistant Manager, Nicole Cole. Private First Class Nicole Cole, 1 year of service
Fayette Money Matters, Assistant Manager, Leanna Frazier. Sergeant Leanna Frazier, 12 years of service
Marks Check Delay , Manager, Rosie William’s Step-Son, Specialist Antonio Hoskins, Jr, 2 years of service
Belmont Money Matters, Manager, Deborah Wood’s Son, Specialist Shane Wood, 12 years of service
MEI Recruiter, Will Dobson. Sergeant First Class Will Dobson, 20 years of service
District 1 Manager, Robert Robinson. Corporal Robert Robinson, 15 years of service
Fayette Money Manager, Ashley Kemp’s Husband Sergeant Jamey Kemp, 13 years of service
Amory CTE, CSR, Kim Jarrett’s Son, Staff Sergeant Benjamin Mathis, 9 years of service
Amory CTE, CSR, Kim Jarrett’s Husband, Corporal Stevie Jarrett, 5 years of service
“Our Servicemen and women are serving throughout the world as guardians of peace–many of them away from their homes, their friends and their families. They are visible evidence of our determination to meet any threat to the peace with measured strength and high resolve. They are also evidence of a harsh but inescapable truth–that the survival of freedom requires great cost and commitment, and great personal sacrifice. ” – President John F. Kennedy, 1963