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TMX Finance® Family of Companies Earns 2019 Military Friendly® Employer Designation

TMX Finance® Family of Companies Earns  2019 Military Friendly® Employer Designation

The TMX Finance® Family of Companies is excited to announce that the Company has earned recognition as a 2019 Military Friendly® Employer. Institutions earning the Military Friendly® Employer designation were evaluated using both public data sources and responses from a proprietary survey. More than 200 companies participated in the Military Friendly Employers portion of the 2019 Military Friendly® Companies survey. Methodology, criteria, and weightings were determined by VIQTORY with input from the Military Friendly® Advisory Council of independent leaders in the higher education and military recruitment community. Otto Bielss, president of the TMX Finance® Family of Companies was thrilled about …

Cole’s Journey

Cole’s Journey

Submitted by: Misty Edwards, Senior Treasury Analyst On March 15, 2015, Misty Edwards, Senior Treasury Analyst for the TMX Finance Family of Companies, received news that would turn her and her family’s life upside down. She had to hear four of the scariest words no parent ever wants to hear – “Your son has cancer.” Misty had taken her son Cole to the doctor for what she thought was just a cold. However, the doctor immediately sent Cole for testing and that’s when everything changed. “Hearing that your 19-month old son has cancer was beyond anything I could have imagined. Then …

Thankful and Blessed to Beat the Odds

Thankful and Blessed to Beat the Odds

Submitted by: Schelley Roessler, General Manager My name is Schelley Roessler and I’m 38 years old. I’m a wife of 12 years and a proud mom of Callie, 10 and Camden, 9. In August 2010 my life was turned upside down for me and my family. I have always had health problems, but never did I think the worst of it would start at age 29. I had my daughter and son only 14 months apart. I had terrible pregnancies and my doctor thought that having children in a closer year span would help with my endometriosis after having children. However, …

My Experience Volunteering at Operation Kindness

My Experience Volunteering at Operation Kindness

Submitted by: Frankie Tijerina, Product Marketing Manager Life is short. A dog’s life is even shorter. Why not fill it with kindness? For those of you that know me, and my devout love for dogs, it’s probably no surprise that I would jump at the chance to volunteer at an animal shelter. I grew up around dogs and developed a deep passion for these incredible animals. It’s not unusual to see me running down the street to pet a dog. You know that ‘Me When I See Dogs’ meme? Yep – that’s me! And I have no shame. I’m completely …

What I Learned as Your TMX Summer Intern

What I Learned as Your TMX Summer Intern

Submitted by: Amira Mccall, Summer Intern Hello! For those who do not know me, my name is Amira Mccall and I am the summer intern from the City of Savannah’s Summer 500 Program. Throughout my time here, I gained the understanding of how a nation-wide company operates and all the moving parts that make up the TMX Finance Family of Companies. I was able to work with Recruiting “the sellers”, Human Capital “the parents”, Construction “the foundation”, Legal “the problem solvers”, Communications “the community/team member outreach” and Marketing “the advertisers”. All of these departments make up just half of the …

Help a Child in Need on Their First Day of School

Help a Child in Need on Their First Day of School

Submitted by: Amira Mccall, Summer Intern The cost for Back-to-School supplies ranges close to $200.00 for high school and middle school students, and those supplies will hopefully make it through the first semester. Most teenagers and parents have plenty of things on their mind other than having enough money to buy school supplies, such as family, bills, and general life problems. Which makes it hard to start the school year off right. Donating school supplies will help take at least one worry away for these students. School supplies are needed all across the nation, starting in August and even year-round, …

Exciting Times as the TMX Finance Family of Companies Intern

Exciting Times as the TMX Finance Family of Companies Intern

Submitted by: Amira Mccall, Summer Intern Hello everyone, my name is Amira McCall and I am the new TMX Summer Intern! I attend a local school in the Savannah district where I had the privilege to apply to the City of Savannah’s Summer 500 Program. This summer youth employment program partners with local companies to match 500 of Savannah’s youths with paid internships for 8 weeks. And that’s how I became your Intern! Summer 500 helps prepare us for the business world by giving us the opportunity to gain real-world work experience. Before starting our internships, we went through an …

July 12: The TMX Finance® Family’s National Hiring Day!

July 12: The TMX Finance® Family’s National Hiring Day!

Submitted by: Amanda Barnes, Director of Talent Acquisition, Store Operations, and Heather Sueirro, Talent Strategy Manager 2018 has been an exciting year for the TMX Finance® Family of Companies! From a Talent Acquisition standpoint, we revamped our standard method of hosting interview days by introducing open interviews in every store, on every Thursday, across the nation. And so Career Nights were born, because that’s what they represent—a night to jumpstart your new career by learning more about our work family. Excitingly, for the first time ever, we are now able to provide on-the-spot contingent job offers to qualifying Customer Service …

The Silent Hero

The Silent Hero

Submitted by: Gwen Bulington, Director of Regulatory Operations “… has earned grateful appreciation for your own unselfish, faithful and devoted service. Your unfailing support and understanding helped to make possible your spouse’s lasting contribution to the Nation.” -General, United States Army Chief of Staff A quote from the Certificate of Appreciation that is proudly displayed in my home alongside my husband’s Certificate of Retirement memorializing twenty years of service in the United States Army. Words of which I could not have put together better myself. My husband served as a Cavalry Scout prior to and at the onset of the …

Being a Rainbow

Being a Rainbow

Submitted by: Theresa Doran, Sr. Director Enterprise PMO – Operations April 13, 2018 marks an important day, National Donate Life Month. Organ donation is something I’d thought of in passing, but never truly stopped to understand the impact it makes on so many lives until I was faced with my sister’s illness. In 2008, my sister, Dina, was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease. Her immune system was mistakenly attacking her body affecting her liver and bile ducts. Over the years as her condition worsened, she tried every treatment plan possible including experimental treatments. To date, none of the treatment plans …

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