Timothy J. Patton - Director, Ann Arbor State Bank

Timothy J. Patton Director, Ann Arbor State Bank

A resident of Ann Arbor since 1983, Tim has been married for 26 years to Shann Patton and is the father of their six children. He is a graduate of Miami University in Oxford, Ohio.

I have chosen to be a founding investor of Ann Arbor State Bank because, as a serial entrepreneur, I am keenly aware of the opportunities available for community banks to serve the often underserved needs of traditional small businesses and their owners. It is a privilege to serve on the Board.

From 1981 to 1988, Tim held progressively higher management positions at McGaw Labs, the Intravenous Products Division of American Hospital Supply. From November 1988 to the present, Tim has initiated the startups of six successful companies, primarily in the health care services field. He is presently the Chairman and principal shareholder of Patton Holdings, a diversified holding company with controlling interests in Jordan Reses Supply Company, a distributor of respiratory products into Veterans Administration Hospitals; Sleep Well Centers, which provides outpatient sleep apnea diagnostic testing; Shamrock Respiratory Services, a provider of oxygen and sleep therapies in private patient homes; and, a recent start-up based in Ann Arbor, Flagship Private Air, which provides private charter flights and fractional ownership of aircraft.

Tim and his wife Shann are active in the Ann Arbor community where Shann is the Executive Director of Arbor Vitae Woman’s Center, a limited medical clinic providing ultrasound imaging, pregnancy testing, counseling and social services coordination in support of women with unplanned pregnancies who choose life.

Tim serves on the Boards of Arbor Vitae; Holy Cross Children’s Services. serving troubled youth; Renewal Ministries, an international organization evangelizing Christianity throughout the world; The St. Louis Center for the mentally disadvantaged; The Hope Clinic, providing primary health care services to the uninsured; Crime-Cog Technologies, an organization that hosts an ASP model of software delivery for the criminal justice marketplace; McBeedon, a venture capital firm focused on technology investments; and, Fr. Gabriel Richard High School, where he is President of the Board. He is also the founder and a current Board member of the Ann Arbor chapter of Legatus International, an organization of Catholic business leaders.