Hi, I'm Tim Tuttle
OWNER & CERTIFIED SENIOR ADVISOR®
Finding the senior living property that meets your needs can be overwhelming. There are so many properties, and they all seem at least adequate. But your loved one deserves more than adequate; he or she deserves the best fit based upon their individual needs and desires.
We'll visit the communities in Middle Tennessee, so we can help you find the right place for your loved one. Instead of you driving around, making phone calls, and searching the internet, we'll quickly narrow your search to the properties that fit your loved one's needs so you can plan and decide with confidence. You're in good hands!
We're Here to Serve You
My whole life has been about serving others. I was taught how to do so by my Mom and Dad, who were always willing to lend a helping hand to their neighbors, friends, and family members. My parents took care of my grandparents in their final years and surrounded them with love and respect. Their example of how to treat people was the greatest gift they ever gave me.
In 1999, after graduating from law school, I joined the Air Force Judge Advocate General’s Corps, with my first duty station in Albuquerque, New Mexico where I met my wife. We were transferred to Ramstein Air Base, Germany in 2001, where I watched the tragedy of 9-11 and embraced the increased operations tempo as our country went to war. At Ramstein I was the base’s lead prosecutor. Next stop was Wilford Hall Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas where I was the Chief of Medical Law and where my wife and I welcomed our son. I deployed to Iraq in 2006 where I served as the Chief of a team of military lawyers prosecuting terrorists in Baghdad.
Following my deployment, the Air Force sent me to the George Washington Law School in Washington, DC to get an advanced law degree in employment law. I remained in the DC area where I served as the Deputy Chief of the Air Force labor and employment litigation center, and where my family was increased with the birth of a beautiful little girl.
My final active-duty assignment was with the National Guard Bureau’s Office of Chief Counsel in Arlington, Virginia where, in response to increased awareness of the unacceptable numbers of sexual assaults in the Nation Guard, I was selected to create and lead an office responsible for investigating allegations of sexual assault. This was the most difficult assignment of my military career, yet it is the one which has had the most continuing impact. After leaving active duty with the Air Force, I continued to serve in as a civilian attorney in the Army, and in the Air Force Reserve, where I retired in the rank of Colonel in 2020.
My mother, my biggest fan and supporter, fell ill in 2019. Like many of my clients, my family felt rushed and overwhelmed when faced with making decisions about her potential living arrangements. Looking back, I wish we had engaged an ALL representative to make sense of the overwhelming amount of information and to help us through the process. When I later became aware of what ALL senior care providers do and what services they can perform for families, I knew I had to continue my service as part of this team. Colleen, and my Dad Gary, are the inspiration and guiding light for ALL-Nashville; this business will be conducted in such a way that they will be proud. In my business and personal life I am guided by the Air Force Values – Integrity First, Service Before Self, and Excellence in All You Do – as well as by the lessons of love I learned from my parents, my church, my family members, and my friends.
I am committed to serving our clients in Nashville with the same positivity, commitment, and effectiveness which made my service to the country so successful.
I am excited about assisting area families as they create their plans for fulfilling senior living.