Tee Tyler has been a resident of Cottonwood Heights for more than 33 years. He is a 1972 graduate of BYU and has worked in the banking business since that time. He and his wife Debbie, who is currently a member of the Cottonwood Heights Recreation Service Area Board of Trustees, have four children and ten grandchildren. Tee and Debbie recently completed three years of volunteer work with the Salt Lake Valley Youth Detention Center.
A few years after graduation from BYU, Tee began his career as a banker with United Savings Bank/Western Mortgage. After 21 years with that company, part of which was spent as Regional Manager over residential lending, he moved to Zion’s Bank where he continued his banking career for ten years. While there he became the manager of the Residential Mortgage Lending Department. He retired from banking a few years ago and is currently employed by Surety Title Company of Utah. In his professional career, he also was President of the Utah Mortgage Lending Association.
Tee has worked as a volunteer for Habitat for Humanity of Utah and has been involved in their fund-raising efforts. He also volunteered for Salt Lake Neighborhood Housing, which is another organization that helps people get into new homes. This organization is a national non-profit organization that works to improve the housing in larger cities by tearing down old homes and building new ones.
1265 E Fort Union Blvd Ste 250
Cottonwood Heights, UT 84047
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