Dedicated Board Guides Vibrant Trezevant Community

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April 09, 2024

Dedicated Board Guides Vibrant Trezevant Community

Trezevant, a continuing care retirement community located in the heart of Memphis at 177 North Highland, recently held its annual board reception to honor current and former members of the nonprofit’s Board of Directors.

Bruce Hopkins was named the new Chairman of Trezevant’s Board of Directors, taking over the role from Immediate Past Board Chair, Shade Robinson, who successfully held the position for the past three years. Hopkins is retired from First Horizon as Chairman of the West Tennessee Region. He also serves as Board Member and Development Chair for the Memphis River Parks Partnership and has served on the Board of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Greater Memphis Chamber, Phoenix, Inc., Boys Clubs of Memphis, American Cancer Society, Memphis Arts Council, Economic Club of Memphis, Presbyterian Day School, and Memphis Hunt and Polo Club, to name a few. Bruce graduated from Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia and attended graduate school at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville and Louisiana State University’s Banking School of the South.?

Hunt Campbell was named as Trezevant’s Vice-Chairman of the Board. He serves as Regional President for Tennessee at Guaranty Bank & Trust. Prior, he served as the senior officer of First Alliance Bank for 20+ years. He earned his Bachelor of Business Administration from Emory University; graduated from the Tennessee School of Banking; and earned a Professional Master of Banking diploma through the Executive Banking Institute.?Campbell also served as a board member of the Tennessee Banker’s Association and currently serves as a member of its Governmental Affairs Committee.?

Estella Mayhue-Greer continues her term as Secretary of Trezevant’s Board of Directors. She retired as the President and CEO of Mid-South Food Bank. Having been with Mid-South Food Bank since 1996, she was promoted to Director of Programs in 2002 and, in 2004, became Senior Vice President and COO until her president/CEO role began in 2011. She received bachelor’s and master’s degrees in communication from the University of Memphis and has proudly served as a lecturer at Christian Brothers University and an adjunct instructor at the University of Memphis. She has maintained her own public relations and marketing firm, serving clients including the City of Memphis, Methodist Health Systems, and the Regional Medical Center. Mrs. Mayhue-Greer currently serves on the UT Health Science Center Community Advisory Board. During 2015, she was a recipient of the Humanitarian Award, and was named one of Memphis Business Journal’s “Super Women in Business.”


  • Trezevant’s full listing of board members and officers includes: Bruce Hopkins, Chair; L. Hunt Campbell, Vice-Chair; Estella Mayhue-Greer, Secretary; Shade Robinson, Immediate Past Chair; Oscar P. Adams; Calvin Anderson; Robert (Bob) Craddock; Trow Gillespie; John Ivy; The Reverend Mimsy Jones; Michael Keeney; Dana Nash, M.D.; C. Penn Owen III; The Rt. Rev. Phoebe Roaf, Bishop Episcopal Diocese of W. TN; Dell Steiner; G. Randolph Turner, M.D.; A C Wharton, Jr.; and George F. Wortham III, M.D.
  • Trezevant Foundation Trustees include: Scott J. Crosby, Chair; Martha Boyd; Ken Clark; Collie Krausnick; and Ashley Remmers

Board members, trustees, residents, staff and friends gathered to celebrate and enjoy refreshments and fellowship in Trezevant’s Performing Arts Center. New Board Chairman, Bruce Hopkins, welcomed the crowd and thanked his fellow board members and trustees for their service, leadership and guidance to the senior living community.

Trezevant leadership expressed gratitude to the board members and trustees. “It takes a diverse array of board members and trustees to guide a community as vibrant as Trezevant,” said Kent Phillips, CEO of Trezevant. “We’re thrilled to have Bruce lead the charge – and are incredibly appreciative of the work that our Immediate Past Chair, Shade Robinson, did over the past three years in her term. Our board’s leadership and commitment to excellence are what continue to make Trezevant an anchor in our community.”

About Trezevant:

Located in the heart of Memphis at 177 North Highland, Trezevant is a continuing care retirement community offering independent living, assisted living, memory care, adult day services, and health and rehabilitation services. Trezevant consistently provides world-class service to current and future residents while continuing to be an anchor in the community. Trezevant is a fair housing community and is consistently recognized with awards for resident satisfaction, community and industry leadership such as the Holleran Community Choice Awards, LeadingAge Tennessee Excellence in Caring Awards, HealthCare Chaplaincy Network’s Excellence in Spiritual Care Award, The Tennessee Center for Performance Excellence (TNCPE) Commitment Award, The Commercial Appeal’s Memphis Most, and recognition from the National Center for Assisted Living. For more information on Trezevant, call 901.325.4000 or visit

Beth Okeon, (901) 409-7607