CRA Partners and Senior Crimestoppers are operated by the Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation (SHCPF), headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee.
The SHCPF mission is to provide protection and an enhanced quality of life for vulnerable senior housing residents through meaningful turnkey CRA compliance for community focused banks.
Funded exclusively by the banking industry and endorsed by the ICBA and the ABA, the Foundation has developed a low-risk, profitable solution — CRA Partners — for banks of all asset sizes and charter types – to fulfill their federally mandated Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) requirements in the form of qualified loans, investments or grants through the operation of the nationally acclaimed Senior Crimestoppers program.Follow News Updates
Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of SHCPF
Ed brings more than 25 years of experience in the community banking and financial industries as the leader of the Foundation. Ed’s expansive career has included executive-level positions with SunTrust Bank (formerly National Bank of Commerce), BancorpSouth, and Triumph Bank.
President, Senior Crimestoppers
Terry began his career as a nursing home administrator and successfully ran a 284 bed, long-term care senior living facility, which became the first nursing home to implement the Senior Crimestoppers program. In September 1994, Terry became the first Senior Crimestoppers employee and helped develop the program for SunTrust Bank (formerly National Bank of Commerce), and he has been instrumental in the growth of the program nationally over the last 20 years.
CFO & COO
Tom began his career as a certified public accountant before embarking on a 20-year banking career. He joined the Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation in 2002 as Chief Financial Officer, and in 2006 was also elected Chief Operating Officer.
Vice President & Managing Director of Senior Crimestoppers
Kay is Managing Director of Senior Crimestoppers and responsible for the overall administration of the program on senior housing campuses nationwide. Her responsibilities also include aligning participating banks with corresponding senior facilities in the banks’ assessment areas in order to fulfill their participation in the Foundation.
Vice President & Assistant Program Manager of Senior Crimestoppers
As the Assistant Program Director for Senior Crimestoppers and “Wish Comes True,” Judy also coordinates the “Time of Your Life” and “Random Acts of Kindness” programs as well as serving as the liaison for member nursing homes and providing in-house training for both new and existing nursing home facilities including staff and employees.
Vice President, Communications and Marketing
Lori plans and produces all Foundation, CRA Partners, and Senior Crimestoppers communications and marketing materials, coordinates and produces all of the national and regional webinars, maintains the Foundation’s websites and social media channels, and plans the annual “Doing Well by Doing Good” banker’s conference as well as all other meetings and special events.
Vice President, Relationship Management
George’s 20 years in the financial services industry includes 15 years with Ford Motor Credit and Security Pacific and a decade at First Tennessee Bank as manager of the Consumer Lending Department. He travels across the country visiting our current bank partners and conducting Senior Crimestoppers charter presentations at newly sponsored facilities.
Vice President, Relationship Development
Before joining SHCPF, Sue spent 17 years in sales and executive operations in the telecom industry. She is currently developing and implementing strategic marketing opportunities for the Foundation.
Vice President & Controller
Prior to joining SHCPF, Gordon was CFO of a publicly traded IT consulting firm. Gordon is responsible for working with banks to coordinate the documentation and funding of their participation with the Foundation, and for the day to day accounting activities of the Foundation.
Assistant Vice President, Marketing and Sales
Shea provides customer service to bank partners and prepares sales, marketing and financial materials for the entire Foundation team. He was the founding president of the University of Mississippi’s American Marketing Association chapter. Prior to joining SHCPF, Shea served in sales management and account service roles at two Memphis area marketing firms.
Chuck King began his banking career in 1992 as president of National Commerce Financial’s subsidiary, USI Alliance Corporation, where he founded both the Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation and Senior Crimestoppers, and created the “Wish Comes True” grant program, the “Time of Your Life” video exhibit, and the Welcome Home Banking web portal for residents and their families; all to improve the quality of life for the elderly in communities across the country. Thanks to Chuck King’s vision, the Senior Crimestoppers program has reduced crime against nursing home residents nationally by 94 percent.
Camden R. Fine
President & CEO
Independent Community Bankers of America
Elizabeth W. Cantrell
Founder of Triad (Retired)
National Sherriffs Association
Gary C. Teagno
President & CEO
ICBA Services Network
Clive "Rusty" R. Cloutier
President & CEO
David M. W. Denton
Fox Hill Senior Living Center
Patricia M. Hopkins, CPA
EVP & CFO
ICBA & Subsidiaries
Lewis E. Holland
Henry Turley Company
David E. Hayes
William “Bill” R. Reed, Jr.
Vice Chairman (Retired)
John M. Reich
Former Director (Retired)
Edward J. Gentry
Chairman, President & CEO
Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation
Terry B. Rooker
John E. McWeeney, Jr.
President & CEO
New Jersey Bankers Association