FDIC honors Bartlett resident Timothy Neeck

Bartlett resident Timothy P. Neeck (third man from left) wins FDIC award (2014).
Presenting the award (from left) are FDIC vice chairman Thomas Hoenig, RMS division director Doreen Eberley, honoree Timothy P. Neeck and FDIC chairman Martin Gruenberg.

FDIC logoBartlett resident Timothy P. Neeck, CPA, CFA, was awarded the Edward J. Roddy Examiner Excellence Award at the FDIC annual awards ceremony held recently at the FDIC Seidman Center in Arlington, Va.

This award recognizes a career safety and soundness or compliance FDIC bank examiner with at least 10 years of experience who has consistently displayed high-quality dedication, competence, imagination, and leadership in the performance of duty.

The award recipient is selected from approximately 2,000 professional employees who work for the Risk Management Supervision Division of FDIC.

Neeck was the Senior Capital Markets and Securities Specialist in the Memphis Area office of FDIC. He retired earlier this year after 40 years of federal government service, including service in the U.S. Army and a tour in Vietnam.

He and his wife, Elaine, have been Bartlett residents for 29 years.