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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Robert McCabe

65 2000 Chairman of the Board

M. Terry Turner

61 2000 President, Chief Executive Officer, Director

Harold Carpenter

57 2014 Chief Financial Officer

Hugh Queener

60 2014 Chief Administrative Officer

J. Harvey White

66 2009 Chief Credit Officer

Marty Dickens

68 2016 Director

Joseph Galante

2016 Director

David Ingram

52 2016 Director

Ronald Samuels

69 2016 Director

Harold Bone

74 2007 Independent Director

Charles Brock

51 2015 Independent Director

Renda Burkhart

61 2015 Independent Director

Gregory Burns

61 2001 Independent Director

Colleen Conway-Welch

71 2000 Independent Director

Thomas Farnsworth

48 2015 Independent Director

Glenda Glover

62 2013 Independent Director

William Hagerty

56 2015 Independent Director

William Huddleston

53 2006 Independent Director

Ed Loughry

74 2007 Independent Director

Gary Scott

70 2007 Independent Director

Reese Smith

67 2013 Independent Director

Biographies

Name Description

Robert McCabe

Mr. Robert A. McCabe, Jr., is a Chairman of the Board of Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc. Mr. McCabe was one of the founders of the Company and an organizer of the Bank. Mr. McCabe serves as Chairman of the Board of the Company and the Bank, positions he has held since the formation of the Company and the Bank. He began his banking career with the former Park National Bank of Knoxville, Tennessee, as an officer trainee in 1976. From 1976 to 1984, Mr. McCabe held various positions with Park National Bank in Knoxville, including senior vice president, until the acquisition of Park National by First American National Bank in 1985. Mr. McCabe joined First American as an executive vice president of the retail bank of First American National Bank of Nashville, a position he held until 1987 when First American promoted him to president and chief operating officer of the First American Bank of Knoxville. In 1989, Mr. McCabe was given added responsibility by being named president and chief operating officer for First American's east Tennessee region. Mr. McCabe continued in that position until 1991, when First American selected him as president of First American's Corporate Banking division, and shortly thereafter, as president of its General Banking division. In 1994, First American appointed Mr. McCabe as a vice chairman of First American Corporation. In March 1999, Mr. McCabe was appointed by First American to manage all banking and non-banking operations, a position he held until First American's merger with AmSouth Bancorporation in October 1999.Mr. McCabe also serves as a director of Nashville Electric Service, a municipal electric distribution company, and National Health Investors of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, a registered public healthcare real estate investment company. Mr. McCabe was also a director of Goldleaf Financial Solutions, Inc., a registered public company that was a provider of financial products to community banks, from 2002 until its sale in 2009.

M. Terry Turner

Mr. M. Terry Turner is a President, Chief Executive Officer, Director of Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc. Mr. Turner was one of the founders of the Company and an organizer of the Bank. Mr. Turner is president and chief executive officer of the Company and the Bank, positions he has held since the Company's and Bank's organization. Mr. Turner is a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology where he received his bachelor's degree in Industrial Management in 1976. Following his graduation, Mr. Turner worked for Arthur Andersen & Company as a consultant in Atlanta, Georgia, and joined one of his clients, Park National Bank, Knoxville, Tennessee in 1979 where he held various management positions. In 1985, Mr. Turner joined First American National Bank, Nashville, Tennessee, as a result of its acquisition of Park National Bank. Mr. Turner served from January 1994 until November 1998 as President of the General Bank of First American National Bank. From November 1998 until October 1999, he served as President of the Investment Services Group of First American Corporation. Mr. Turner's banking career at First American in Nashville covered 14 years, and entailed executive level responsibilities for almost all aspects of its banking and investment operations. During Mr. Turner's tenure in Nashville, he has served as chairman of the board of the Nashville Sports Council, chairman of the board of trustees for Brentwood Academy, advisory board chairman for the Salvation Army, vice chairman for the Southern Baptist Foundation, member of the board of trustees of Belmont University, member of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta (Nashville branch), and a member of the board of governors of the Nashville Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Turner is an active member and CEO in the World President's Organization and is also a member of numerous local clubs and organizations including Leadership Nashville.

Harold Carpenter

Mr. Harold R. Carpenter,Jr., is Chief Financial Officer of Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc. He holds same positon with Bank since their organization. Mr. . Carpenter was employed by AmSouth Bancorporation from 1999 to 2000 and First American Corporation from 1994 to 1999. Mr. Carpenter a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and was employed by the national accounting firm, KPMG LLP, from 1982 to 1994.

Hugh Queener

Mr. Hugh M. Queener is Chief Administrative Officer of Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc. Mr. . Queener was employed by AmSouth Bancorporation from 1999 to 2000 and First American Corporation from 1987 to 1999. Prior to his employment at First American, Mr. Queener was employed with the Kirchman Corporation from 1986 to 1987 and served as senior vice president for client service, installations and software development and support.

J. Harvey White

Mr. J. Harvey White is Chief Credit Officer of Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc. Mr. . White was employed by Regions Financial Corporation and its predecessor companies beginning in 1981. Mr. White was employed by Regions in a variety of roles and served as senior credit officer for Region’s East Tennessee from 1999 to 2006. Mr. White was ultimately promoted to regional senior credit officer with additional oversight responsibilities for Regions’ North Carolina and Virginia operations, a position he held from 2006 to April 2009.

Marty Dickens

Mr. Marty G. Dickens is a Director of Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc.

Joseph Galante

Mr. Joseph C. Galante is a Director of Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc.

David Ingram

Mr. David B. Ingram is a Director of Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc.

Ronald Samuels

Mr. Ronald L. Samuels is Director of Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc. He is the former chairman and chief executive officer of Avenue.

Harold Bone

Mr. Harold Gordon Bone is an Independent Director of Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc. Mr. Bone has been a partner and licensed general contractor of B&B Enterprise and is also involved in numerous other business ventures. Mr. Bone served as a director of First Bank and Trust in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee until its 2000 merger with a large regional bank holding company. Since 1984, Mr. Bone has served on the board of Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation ("MTEMC"). MTEMC is the largest electric cooperative in Tennessee and the fifth largest in the United States. Mr. Bone is also a vice-president of Community Progress Committee, Inc., a not for profit entity that focuses on healthcare and education issues. A lifetime member of the First Presbyterian Church in Lebanon, Tennessee, Mr. Bone has served as elder, deacon and trustee. Mr. Bone also serves as a Director of the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America – Tennessee Chapter. Prior to our acquisition of Mid-America on November 30, 2007, Mr. Bone served as director of Mid-America's subsidiary, Bank of the South, from 2001 and as a director of Mid-America from 2006.

Charles Brock

Mr. Charles E. Brock is an Independent Director of Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc. Since January 2013, Mr. Brock has served as president and chief executive officer of Launch Tennessee, a state wide initiative to harness innovation, capital and the entrepreneurial spirit to make Tennessee the best place in the Southeast to start a business. From 2009 to 2012 he was the managing partner of and currently is the board chairman and director of FourBridges Capital Advisors, a middle-market investment bank based in Chattanooga, Tennessee that serves clients throughout the Southeast. Mr. Brock has also served as the executive entrepreneur of CoLab, whose mission is to support entrepreneurs in the southeast Tennessee region. Additionally, he is a founding partner of Chattanooga Renaissance Fund, Chattanooga's first angel capital group committed to helping fund and mentor startup companies in the region. In 1998, Mr. Brock helped start Foxmark Media, growing it into one of the nation's leading mall advertising companies, operating in more than 35 markets. As the company's CEO and largest shareholder, he structured three rounds of private financing before selling the company in 2006 to Australian based EYE Corp, one of the world's leading out-of-home media companies. Prior to starting Foxmark, Mr. Brock held marketing and sales positions with Brock Candy Company and its successor, Brach and Brock Confections. Mr. Brock was an organizer and director of CapitalMark Bank & Trust in Chattanooga, which we acquired in July 2015. Mr. Brock is an active member of the Nashville chapter of the Entrepreneurs Organization, a worldwide network of more than 9,000 business owners. He serves on the board of the Boys & Girls Club, Outreach Haiti and as endowment chair at Good Shepherd Church. Mr. Brock earned his bachelor's degree from the University of the South, where he is a former member of the Board of Trustees. He holds a Series 7 and Series 63 license, and is also a Series 24 Registered Securities Principal.

Renda Burkhart

Ms. Renda J. Burkhart is an Independent Director of Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc. Ms. Burkhart is the founder and since 1982 has served as president of Burkhart & Company, P.C., a Knoxville-based certified public accounting firm that offers financial, accounting and tax consulting services to entrepreneurs and high net worth families. Ms. Burkhart also co-founded Concorde Technologies, Inc., which provided integration of information system technologies and software solutions in specialized commercial environments. She was the company's president through 1996. Before becoming an entrepreneur, Ms. Burkhart worked in the tax division of a large accounting firm. Ms. Burkhart has served on numerous boards of public and private foundations, non-profit organizations and closely held businesses. She currently serves on the boards of University Health Systems and the Cornerstone Foundation. Ms. Burkhart is a Certified Public Accountant and member of the American Institute of CPAs. She earned her bachelor's degree from the University of Tennessee.

Gregory Burns

Mr. Gregory L. Burns is an Independent Director of Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc. Mr. Burns is President of Gregory Burns Consulting Group, LLC. Previously he was founder, President and chief executive officer of NeighborMD Management, LLC, a developer and operator of NeighborMD Urgent Care centers, which was started in 2010 and was acquired by Urgent Care Enterprises, a JV between Tri-Star Health and Care Spot Express Healthcare on April 12, 2013. Prior to his retirement on February 12, 2009, Mr. Burns served as chairman of the board and chief executive officer for O'Charley's Inc., a registered public restaurant company, headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee. Mr. Burns joined O'Charley's in 1983 as controller, and later held the positions of executive vice president, chief financial officer and president before becoming chief executive officer in February, 1994. Prior to joining O'Charley's, he served as chief financial officer for the Nashville Banner Publishing Company, a newspaper publisher, and a senior accountant for Price Waterhouse. Mr. Burns currently serves on the Advisory Board of the University of Kentucky Gatton School of Business, the board of the Nashville Public Education Foundation where he was past chairman, and the board of The Dan and Margaret Maddox charitable fund. His other civic activities have included serving as chair and board member of the Nashville Chapter of the American Cancer Society and the Nashville Sports Council, and as a board member of the Nashville Ballet, the Music City Bowl, the Nashville Symphony and the Vanderbilt Ingram Cancer Center. Mr. Burns was also inducted into the University of Kentucky Gatton College of Business and Economics Alumni Hall of Fame in 2000.

Colleen Conway-Welch

Dr. Colleen Conway-Welch is an Independent Director of Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc., since February 28, 2000. Dr. Conway-Welch served as the dean emerita of and a professor at the Vanderbilt University School of Nursing until her retirement in June 2014, and previously held responsibilities as the chief executive officer of the Vanderbilt University School of Nursing, Nashville, Tennessee, for thirty years. Because of her international stature as a voice for the nursing profession, Dr. Conway-Welch has been previously called on to serve on President Reagan's 1988 Commission on HIV and the 1998 Congressional National Bipartisan Commission on the Future of Medicare, the 2002 Advisory Council to Secretary Thompson on Public Health Preparedness and the DHHS Center for Medicare and Medicaid's Advisory Committee for Medicare Coverage. She is an elected member of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Science, and from 2007 to 2012, was appointed by President Bush to the Board of Regents of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. Dr. Conway-Welch previously served as a director and chairperson of the Compliance Committee of RehabCare Group, Inc., a registered public provider of rehabilitation services headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, and as a member of the board of directors and Compensation Committee of Caremark Rx, Inc., a registered public pharmacy benefits management company headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee prior to its 2007 acquisition by CVS Corporation. She currently serves on the board of directors and the audit committee of Ardent Health Systems, Inc., a hospital and managed care company headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee. Dr. Conway-Welch was a founder of the Company and an organizer of the Bank. In her community role, she has served on and chaired the board of directors for the Nashville Symphony, chaired the "Report Card" Committee on Nashville Schools for the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the Nashville Downtown Rotary.

Thomas Farnsworth

Mr. Thomas C. Farnsworth III is an Independent Director of Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc. Mr. Farnsworth has spent his entire career at Farnsworth Investment Company and is president and owner of the firm. He was an integral part of the creation, financing and development of all Farnsworth-owned industrial parks and warehouse facilities in Memphis, Tennessee. In 2005, he oversaw the successful disposition of the entire Farnsworth real estate portfolio. Currently, Mr. Farnsworth is involved in the development of Harmony Reserve, an active retirement community in Vero Beach, FL. He earned a bachelor's degree in economics from Southern Methodist University. In addition to serving on the Board, Mr. Farnsworth serves on the boards of Memphis Zoo, Inc. and Church Health Center, a Memphis non-profit initiative providing total health care to the working poor. Mr. Farnsworth served as a director of Magna Bank from 2004 to its merger with Pinnacle Bank. His business experience provides valuable knowledge regarding commercial real estate activities and insight into the Memphis business market.

Glenda Glover

Dr. Glenda Baskin Glover is an Independent Director of Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc. Dr. Glover is a certified public accountant and an attorney. She has served as president of Tennessee State University since January 2013. From 1994 to 2012, Dr. Glover was the Dean of the College of Business at Jackson State University in Jackson, Miss., where she led the College of Business throughout the accreditation process and spearheaded the implementation of the nation's first Ph.D. in Business at a historically black college and university. Her other previous roles include serving as chairperson of the Department of Accounting at Howard University, chief financial officer of an engineering firm, tax manager at a major public utility company and accountant with a Big-Four CPA firm. Dr. Glover has previously served as a corporate board member of three other publicly traded corporations: Citigroup-Student Loan Corporation, American Learning Corporation and First Guaranty Bancshares. She served as either chair of the audit committee or as a financial expert on each board. She earned her bachelor's degree from Tennessee State University, an MBA from Clark Atlanta University and completed her doctorate in business at George Washington University. She later completed her law degree from Georgetown University. Dr. Glover's experience as a director of other publicly held companies, including other financial institutions, her deep expertise on accounting and corporate governance matters, and her relationships with other lenders in the higher education and African American communities make her a valuable addition to the Company's Board.

William Hagerty

Mr. William Francis Hagerty is an Independent Director of Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc. Mr. Hagerty is co-founder and managing director of private equity investment firm Hagerty Peterson & Company. He recently served in Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam's cabinet as the state's commissioner of economic development from January 2011 to January 2015. During his tenure in this role he was also responsible for the Tennessee Film, Entertainment and Music Commission. Mr. Hagerty began his career with global consultancy The Boston Consulting Group and then served on the White House Domestic Policy Staff as chief economist for the President's Council on Competitiveness. Following his service on the White House staff, Mr. Hagerty joined Trident Capital and launched his career in private equity. He has successfully invested in a broad range of industries including financial services, health care and technology. In 2012, he took a leave of absence and moved to Washington, DC to serve full-time on the 2012 U.S. Presidential Transition Team. His financial services experience includes serving on the board and audit committee of RenaissanceRe Holdings Ltd., an SEC-registered company that is one of the world's top catastrophic risk re-insurance companies. Mr. Hagerty also serves on the board and chairs the governance committee of R.J. O'Brien & Associates, LLC, one of the nation's largest independent futures and commodities merchants. For 11 years he served as member and chair of the Regional Selection Panel for the President's Commission on White House Fellowships (Clinton, Bush and Obama administrations). Mr. Hagerty also was vice chairman of the board of Columbia Hospital for Women, a nationally recognized not-for-profit women's hospital in the District of Columbia. Mr. Hagerty earned his bachelor's degree in economics and his law degree from Vanderbilt University.

William Huddleston

Mr. William H. Huddleston, IV., is an Independent Director of Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc., since March 15, 2006. Mr. Huddleston, a professional engineer and registered land surveyor licensed in the State of Tennessee, has been the President of Huddleston-Steele Engineering, Inc., in Murfreesboro, Tennessee since 1994. Mr. Huddleston currently serves on the City of Murfreesboro Construction Board of Adjustments and Appeals and the Webb School Board of Trustees. He was formerly a member of the First United Methodist Church Finance and Special Gifts Committees, the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, Leadership Rutherford Board of Directors, the Middle Tennessee Medical Center Board of Directors, the Middle Tennessee State University Foundation Board of Trustees, and the Middle Tennessee Medical Center Board of Directors. Prior to our acquisition of Cavalry on March 15, 2006, Mr. Huddleston had served as a director of Cavalry and its wholly-owned bank subsidiary Cavalry Banking since 1999. Mr. Huddleston's engineering background and extensive experience in the construction and land development industries in the middle Tennessee area provide the Board with an informed perspective of an industry in which the Company is an active lender. His civic involvement in the Murfreesboro community also offers the Board insight into the business climate impacting many of the Company's customers in that market.

Ed Loughry

Mr. Ed C. Loughry, Jr., is an Independent Director of Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc. Mr. Loughry served as Vice-Chairman of the Company from March 15, 2006 until his retirement on December 31, 2007, following the merger between the Company and Cavalry. Mr. Loughry joined Cavalry Banking in 1968 and served as president and chief executive officer of Cavalry Banking from 1982 until its merger with Pinnacle National Bank in March 2006. He also served as president and chief executive officer of Cavalry from its inception in 1998 until its merger with the Company in March 2006. Mr. Loughry received his Bachelor of Science degree in finance from The University of Tennessee. Mr. Loughry has served on the boards of directors of the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce, the United Way, the Heart Fund, the Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati, the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta (Nashville branch), the American Bankers Association board and the ABA Bank Pac board. He is past Chairman of the Tennessee Bankers Association. He also received the Leader in Banking Excellence award from the Tennessee Bankers Association. He is also currently serving on the Middle Tennessee Medical Center board and the Christy-Houston Foundation. He was selected Business Person of the Year in 1993 and Business Legend in 2000 by the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Loughry served as a director of Cavalry Banking from 1982 to 2006 and Cavalry from 1998 to 2006. He was the chairman of Cavalry's Board from 1999 to 2006. Mr. Loughry's extensive banking experience, including having served as the president and a director of Cavalry, brings to the Board valuable insight into the day to day operations of a financial institution and a deep understanding of the banking industry generally and of the Company's market area specifically.

Gary Scott

Mr. Gary L. Scott is an Independent Director of Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc. Prior to our acquisition of Mid-America on November 30, 2007, Mr. Scott served as chief executive officer and chairman of the Board of Mid-America's subsidiary, PrimeTrust Bank, from 2001 and as chief executive officer and chairman of the Board of Mid-America from 2006. From November 30, 2007 until his retirement on October 31, 2008, Mr. Scott served as Area Chairman for the Company's operations in Dickson and Cheatham counties. Mr. Scott began his banking career in 1971 eventually serving as chief executive officer and chairman of Cheatham State Bank and CSB Corporation until 1998. He served several terms on the board of the Tennessee Bankers Association and on the ABA's Community Bankers Council. He is a past President of the Cheatham County Chamber of Commerce and served on the executive committee of Cumberland Region Tomorrow, a regional planning organization. In 2001, he was a founder, director and treasurer of Leadership Middle Tennessee and served on the board until 2012. Mr. Scott currently serves as a member of the Advisory Board of the School of Business of Austin Peay State University. He has served on the boards of numerous civic organizations. He received the Leader of Business Excellence award from the Tennessee Bankers Association, and he received Austin Peay State University's Outstanding Alumnus Award for 2012. Mr. Scott's extensive banking experience, including having served as the chief executive officer and chairman of Mid-America, brings to the Board valuable insight into the day to day operations of a financial institution and a deep understanding of the banking industry generally and of the Company's market area specifically. His institutional knowledge of all operational aspects of Mid-America's business prior to its merger with the Company and his familiarity with financial institution risk management and regulatory environment are also valuable to the Board.

Reese Smith

Mr. Reese L. Smith, III, is an Independent Director of Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc. Mr. Smith is president of Haury & Smith Contractors, Inc., a real estate development and home building firm. He is a native Tennessean, and has operated this business in the Nashville area since his graduation from the University of Tennessee at Martin in 1970. From 1996 to 1999, Mr. Smith served as a board member of First Union National Bank of Nashville, and was a founder and director of Brentwood National Bank from its inception in 1991 to 1996. Additionally, Mr. Smith serves as a senior life director of the National Association of Home Builders, is a member of the Home Builders Association of Tennessee Hall of Fame and serves on the executive committee of the Southern League of Professional Baseball. Mr. Smith was a founder of the Company and an organizer of the Bank. Mr. Smith also serves on the boards of Battle Ground Academy and Room in the Inn. Mr. Smith previously served as a director of the Company from February 28, 2000 to February 12, 2010. Mr. Smith's connection and long-standing business relationship with many of those in our target markets and past experience as a bank director, including his previous service as a director of the Company, enable him to provide valuable insights into key aspects of our commercial construction and real estate portfolios.