Ted Noble, CFP®
Senior Advisor, Chief Compliance Officer
Ted joined Sherrill & Hutchins as Director of Finance in 2000. “I was previously in the accounting profession and enjoyed the financial aspect of my work. However, I had an interest in helping individuals with their financial decisions, and when Rick Hutchins approached me to discuss working with S&H, their philosophy of a planning approach and being a fiduciary to their clients resonated with me.”
Since then, he has become a financial advisor and serves as the Chief Compliance Officer for the firm. As exciting as his compliance duties are he finds most of his joy working directly with clients. “Financial planning presents myriad challenges and respective solutions, and it is so dynamic” states Ted. “I enjoy identifying the areas which have the most impact to the betterment of someone’s life and legacy, and helping clients to implement the objectives that will do so.”
When asked what he would do if he wasn’t a financial planner, he replies “I would either be consulting with business owners or working with my wife to create a destination wedding venue.” The latter is no doubt the influence of his very talented wife, Sarah who owns a business that creates custom wedding stationery.
One of our most active representatives, Ted is an avid outdoors enthusiast. His primary interests include cycling, running and hiking. This high achieving Eagle Scout has even earned the title of Ironman Triathlon Finisher. He is a founding member of Leaders Legacy, a non-profit organization focused on mentorship and helping others develop their personal and professional legacies.
Berry College, 1992 Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Atlanta Baroque Orchestra
Board of Directors (2016 – present)
Founding member (1999 – 2018)
Born & Raised
“Nothing that you have not given away will ever be really yours.” —C.S. Lewis
“Patience is the companion of wisdom.” —Saint Augustine
One of Ted’s most chilling memories of his teenage scouting days was on a cross-country skiing trip to Yellowstone National Park, where he camped in tents, and on New Year’s Eve the temperature dropped to 36 degrees below zero.