Skip to content

J. Smith



J. Smith Lanier & Co. recently announced Charlie Ramsay has been hired as an account executive property & casual producer in its Murfreesboro office.

Ramsay brings more than eight years of experience coaching tennis in collegiate and recreational environments. Most recently, he was head women’s tennis coach at Middle Tennessee State University.

“We are excited to have Charlie join the J. Smith Lanier & Co. office in Murfreesboro. He will be a huge asset to our property & casualty team,” said Chip Hoover, senior vice president of J. Smith Lanier & Co., Murfreesboro.

Ramsay holds a bachelor’s degree in sports and leisure management from the University of Memphis.

More Stories

  • Editor's Letter

    If we’ve learned anything over the past couple of years, I believe seeing the commonality in each other, to be patient and forgiving, and to hold close family and friends is at the top of the list. Understanding and flexibility have indisputably been key throughout all of the recent uncertainty! Read More
  • United Way Announces Award Recipients

    The United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties Announces Distinguished Award Recipients Recognized at the Community Celebration, presented by Chevrolet, Buick, GMC of Murfreesboro, on November 4th. Read More
  • Air Evac Lifeteam and Ascension Saint Thomas to Introduce Newest Medical Helicopter to Rutherford County

    Air Evac Lifeteam and Ascension Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital today announced plans to provide a dedicated medical helicopter to Rutherford County. The Ascension Saint Thomas StatFlight-branded BELL 407GXi helicopter, operated by Air Evac Lifeteam, will provide emergency air medical coverage to Rutherford County and surrounding communities. Read More
  • Greenhouse Ministries Celebrates New Facility

    A time for every purpose, and a cool evening was a time for celebration at Greenhouse Ministries. Tours of their new 25,000 square foot classroom, counseling and life skills training facility at 307 S. Academy Street were enjoyed by many.  Read More