Bruce Randolph Bateman

Profile Updated: March 30, 2021
Residing In: New Smyrna, FL USA
Homepage: View Website
Occupation: Mutual FUnd management
Children: Mary Lindsey Bateman, born nov 1976
Yes! Attending Reunion
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Following NBB I entered NCSU where I became a Lambda Chi Alpha along with John Tesh (the composer and former host of ET). Graduated in Economics and went on to work in investment research at First Citizens Bank, moved to Memphis to work at Union Planters Bank, then to Austin to head the brokerage/research efforts for MPact Securities. Left there to be the CIO at First National at Cincinnati then to become CIO of Huntington Bank of Columbus and CEO of its $15 billion mutual fund complex. Retired in 2015 and wrote a book available on Amazon Prime entitled A Dream That Needs To Be Told. Recently, was Commodore of the Smyrna Yacht Club (2020) in Florida. Working on second book entitled Swordfish on the Street.

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Posted on: Oct 04, 2019 at 8:12 PM

Hey Randy ! I'd wait for your birthday to welcome you to the big 70, but we will be in Spain on that day, so, have a HAPPY BIRTHDAY at the appropriate time.

Oct 07, 2018 at 4:33 AM
Oct 07, 2017 at 4:33 AM
Oct 07, 2016 at 4:33 AM
Oct 04, 2016 at 12:33 PM

 

 

Great to hear from Daulton and Larry. Pete Minor and I were best friends, having both moved to RALEIGH at the same time. We naturally bonded and were tight with Jim Speidel, Rich Fary, Tommy Martin and Bill Barbour. Pete and I would spend Friday nights generally getting in trouble: climbing water towers, swimming in water tanks, visiting 'ghost houses' (once generated 12 of Raleigh's finest to join us), and another occasion I recall cranking up a steam roller that was working on Broughton's parking lot. That occasion drew another of Raleigh's police so we jumped off the moving equipment to make our escape!

Sad that things just didn't work out for such a musically talented and generally great guy. I miss him after all these years

Randy Bateman

Oct 07, 2015 at 4:33 AM