Crowder Honored At Tampa Bay Trust
Posted on January 24, 2020
Terence M. Igo, CEO of The Tampa Bay Trust Company was pleased to announce the naming of the firm’s Boy Scout Boulevard board room in honor of Tampa resident and retired board member, William C. Crowder. “Bill was instrumental in helping The Tampa Bay Trust Company become established in the market in 2010,” said Igo. “We are forever grateful and will remember his enthusiasm and generosity, as it helped make the firm what it is today.”
Crowder is a lifelong resident of Tampa, having worked for 35 years in his family’s insurance agency, Crowder Insurance, Inc., until it sold to American Business Insurance. He has been actively involved in community affairs throughout Tampa and served as a director for numerous area organizations, including United Cerebral Palsy of Tampa, Florida State Fair and Gasparilla Association, and the Florida Association of Insurance agents, where he served on the legislative, compensation and finance committees. For the past several years, Crowder has continued his community service through the support of Quantum Leap Farm, a local facility providing equine-assisted therapies helping people of varying ages and abilities.