Jacobs named to First Tennessee Cleveland Advisory Board
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Phil Jacobs  center, has been named to the First Tennessee Cleveland Advistory Board. From left are Carolyn Graham, private client relationship manager, Jacobs and Mike Griffin, community president.
Phil Jacobs center, has been named to the First Tennessee Cleveland Advistory Board. From left are Carolyn Graham, private client relationship manager, Jacobs and Mike Griffin, community president.
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Phil M. Jacobs has has joined the First Tennessee Cleveland Advisory Board.

“We are excited to add Phil to our local board,” said First Tennessee Community President Mike Griffin. “Phil is a wonderful person who works for a great law firm, is a great husband and father and who gives back greatly to the Cleveland community. It is a definite honor to have him join our board.”

Jacobs graduated from the University of Mississippi in 2001 and received his doctorate of jurisprudence from the University of Mississippi in 2005.

He was born and raised in Chattanooga and moved to Cleveland with his wife in December 2004.

Jacobs was hired as a law associate with Logan-Thompson, P.C. in 2005 and joined as a full shareholder with the Logan-Thompson law firm in 2007. Jacobs is married to Meg and the father of Vivienne (age 3).

Jacobs serves on the vestry of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church and is a board member of the Cleveland/Bradley County Chamber of Commerce, the Cleveland/Bradley CountyPublic Library and the Tri-State Exhibition Center.

He is also a member of the Rotary Club of Cleveland.