Tim Stump

  • Founded Stump & Co. as part of The Stump Companies, 1990
  • Former Vice President/Manager, GE Capital
  • Irving Trust Company: New York/Atlanta
  • Wake Forest University: MBA 1982
  • University of North Carolina: 1979

Activities:

  • Former Board of Trustees member of The McCallie School
  • Elder at Myers Park Presbyterian Church
  • Advisory Board Member of Search Ministries-Charlotte

Fun Facts:

  • Tim has visited all 50 US states and over 50 foreign countries, travel is an important part of his life
  • Tim loves to play golf, and maintains a sub-10 USGA handicap
  • Tim loves UNC-Chapel Hill basketball

Tim has been married to Kim for 40 years. They have 2 adult children, Stuart & Bo. Tim and Kim reside in Charlotte, NC.

Articles by Tim Stump

Stump Companies
Company News

Reflections on Stump & Company’s 50 years in the industry

by Tim Stump
Tim Stump reflects on the company his father created and the impact it has had on the furniture business. Originally published in Home News Now.
Stump Companies

Reflections on Stump & Company’s 50 years in the industry

Tim Stump reflects on the company his father created and the impact it has had on the furniture business. Originally published in Home News Now.
Stump & Company
Articles & Publications

What’s all the fuss about Mexico?

by Tim Stump
So, our team traveled to Tijuana to check it out in a (almost) post-Covid world. And here’s what we learned.
Stump & Company

What’s all the fuss about Mexico?

So, our team traveled to Tijuana to check it out in a (almost) post-Covid world. And here’s what we learned.
M&A Transactions Stump
Articles & Publications

A Furniture History Lesson

by Tim Stump
Our most recent transaction, the sale of Braxton Culler, Inc., is a classic win-win Stump deal, with clear synergies for the buyer and a terrific steward for Braxton’s compelling legacy.
M&A Transactions Stump

A Furniture History Lesson

Our most recent transaction, the sale of Braxton Culler, Inc., is a classic win-win Stump deal, with clear synergies for the buyer and a terrific steward for Braxton’s compelling legacy.