Glenn C. Stophel
Glenn Stophel's practice focuses primarily on tax exempt organizations, estate planning and administration, bankruptcy, and tax matters.
Mr. Stophel serves on the Boards of Directors of three private foundations and as General Counsel to Bryan College in Dayton, Tennessee.
He served one term as a member of the House of Delegates of the Tennessee Bar Association and was appointed by President Gerald Ford as a member of the first Board of Directors of the Legal Services Corporation in 1974.
- American Bar Association
- Bryan College, former Trustee and past Chairman of the Board of Trustees
- Chattanooga Bar Association
- Christian Legal Society
- Clifton and Clara Ward Foundation, Director and Secretary-Treasurer
- Estate Planning Council of Chattanooga, past President
- Joe and Velma DeWitt Foundation, President and Director
- Kiwanis Club of Chattanooga, past President
- Legal Services Corporation, past member of the first Board of Directors
- National Association of Christian Athletes, past Director
- National Center for Youth Issues, past Chairman
- State Bar of Georgia
- Tennessee Bar Association, Sections: Tax, Probate & Trust, past Chairman; Corporation and Business Law, House of Delegates, former Member
- Weldon F. Osborne Foundation, President and Director
- The Best Lawyers in America, Corporate Law and Tax Law
- Fellow, American, Chattanooga and Tennessee Bar Foundations
- Order of the Coif
- Comments Editor, Tennessee Law Review (1960-1961)
U.S. Army (1957-1959)