Rusty Moore is committed to preserving the uniqueness of our community, maintaining our property values, and helping keep our neighborhood safe for future generations. He and his family have been residents of the City of Belle Meade for over 25 years. Rusty and his wife, Beth, have two children, Roe, a third year law student and Ellie, a freshman, both at the University of Tennessee.
Rusty received his undergraduate degree in Public Administration and his law degree from the University of Tennessee. Prior to law school, he was appointed to the position of Staff Assistant to Senator Jim Sasser in the senator’s Washington D.C. office. In 1985, he joined the firm of Stokes & Bartholomew, P.A. in Nashville where his practice focused in the area of real estate and commercial transactions. Rusty is currently the president of Bankers Title & Escrow Corporation, a residential closing and title insurance company. Bankers Title has offices in Nashville, Brentwood, Dickson and Clarksville and serves as the closing agent to a variety of lenders and realtors throughout Middle Tennessee. Rusty is a frequent speaker for professional groups on issues related to real estate closings and title issues.
Active in our community, Rusty served for over ten years as a volunteer instructor for W.O. Smith Nashville Community Music School, as president and board member of Nashville Area Habitat for Humanity and president and board member of American Heart Association Heart Gala. He is an active member and an Elder of Westminster Presbyterian Church. He has been an involved member of the parents associations for the Oak Hill School, Montgomery Bell Academy and the Harpeth Hall School, including leading the Harpeth Hall Fathers’ Network. The entire Moore family supports MyLifeSpeaks, a mission located in Neply, Haiti where they visit annually.
In addition to closing real estate transactions, Rusty enjoys boating, skiing and assisting friends with home improvement projects.