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Bev Coble

Director of Human Capital

Strengths:

  • RelatorPeople especially talented in the Relator theme enjoy close relationships with others. They find deep satisfaction in working hard with friends to achieve a goal.
  • AchieverPeople especially talented in the Achiever theme have a great deal of stamina and work hard. They take great satisfaction from being busy and productive.
  • ResponsibilityPeople especially talented in the Responsibility theme take psychological ownership of what they say they will do. They are committed to stable values such as honesty and loyalty.
  • ConnectednessPeople especially talented in the Connectedness theme have faith in the links between all things. They believe there are few coincidences and that almost every event has a reason.
  • ArrangerPeople especially talented in the Arranger theme can organize, but they also have a flexibility that complements this ability. They like to figure out how all of the pieces and resources can be arranged for maximum productivity.

Professional Experience

Bev joined Resource Consulting Group (RCG) in December of 2015 and is the firm’s Director of Human Capital. She is responsible for day-to-day office management and human resources activities of the firm. Her background includes over 35 years of banking experience with a focus on human resources. Bev earned her accreditation as Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR®) and Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP®).

Prior to joining RCG, Bev was employed by IBERIABANK – Central Florida (formerly Old Florida Bank). At Old Florida Bank, she was the SVP/Director of Human Resources and responsible for all aspects of human resources linked to the core vision and objectives of the company.

Bev is a native Floridian and enjoys going to the beach, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.

Personal Thoughts

I cherish my family. Growing up, it wasn’t easy to tell I came from a blended family. When I was five, my mom passed away from cancer and about 8 months later my dad was killed in a car accident. I had three older siblings. There was no financial or estate planning in place. Although we had many loving relatives, taking on four more kids was a huge job for anyone. There was discussion on splitting us up: one here, one there. One of our aunts (my dad’s sister) stepped forward and she and our uncle, along with their two children, took us in as their own. They raised us in a Christian home ensuring we grew up with faith, hope, and love. We didn’t have many of the extras that others had but we always had the necessities and never doubted we were loved. They never tried to take the place of our parents, but spoke of them often and worked to keep their memory alive.

Although it took me many years to realize it, these personal experiences gave me great insight into the nuances of planning for the future: emotionally, financially, and spiritually. Often, we try to avoid these difficult conversations with our families; however, I’ve learned they are necessary.

Unfortunately, I have few memories of my biological parents and my younger years. You often hear, you will only have one mom and dad, but we were doubly blessed to have a second set who loved and nurtured us as their own. They always talked about their six kids. My second “mom and dad” celebrated 70 years of marriage the day he passed away. What an example of a loving and giving family. My mom is now 97 and we are thankful for every day we have with her. My husband and I have two sons with families of their own and we want to ensure they have a secure financial future for years to come!

Since I joined the team at RCG, I see how we can be a partner in achieving or enhancing your peace of mind through financial planning and investing. Remember, your family’s legacy depends on it.