The TMX Finance Family of Companies is dedicated to hiring U.S. military veterans in our aim to support the communities we serve, and more importantly, to support those who have served us. We’ve introduced a more comprehensive commitment to hiring veterans that aligns their career goals with our Company’s goals for development and growth.
Your military service taught you core values and indispensable leadership skills. Those traits allowed you to honorably serve our country and those same traits help make our team members successful in their careers.
These values are the foundation of everything we do. Transitioning from a military career to the civilian workforce isn’t always easy, but we’ll give you the tools you need to turn your military experience into a lasting career with our Company.
Executive VP of Operations and former
Army Persian Farsi Linguist
Ted is a U.S. Army Veteran with four years in the Army Reserve as a Crew Chief on OH -58 and UH-1 helicopters and four years active duty as an Airborne Military Intelligence Linguist in the 18th Airborne Corp in Fort Bragg North Carolina and the 2nd Armored Calvary Unit in Fort Polk Louisiana.
General Manager, TitleMax
Travis is a U.S. Army Veteran with fifteen years of Active Duty service as an Infantryman and Army Ranger. He was a Sniper and Sniper team leader while on two deployments to Iraq serving with the 2nd Infantry Division in Fort Lewis, Washington. Travis also served as RECON platoon sergeant and HHC First Sergeant on one deployment to Afghanistan while serving with the 2nd Infantry Division. Travis retired from the U.S. Army in November of 2016 at Fort Benning, Georgia.
Senior VP of Operations, East
Jim is a U.S. Navy veteran who served four years as an Interior Communications Electrician. Originally stationed in San Diego, California, Jim ended his service time at the Naval Station in Norfolk, Virginia where he served two years on the U.S.S Scott DDG-995. During Jim’s enlistment, the U.S.S. Scott was deployed to the Caribbean under then President Ronald Reagan’s militarization of the War on Drugs. The ship had all of the newest technology including ship-to-air, ship-to-ship, and ship-to-submarine missile systems. While aboard the ship, Jim was responsible for maintaining several pieces of specialized electronic equipment including the DARI ship plotting system, the water filtration alarm system, and the ship’s phone system.