Victor K. Nixon
Victor K. Nixon is a member of the Board of Directors of CedarStone Bank where he serves as Chairman of the Risk Management Committee, and a member of the Directors’ Loan Committee. As a resident of Lebanon, Wilson County, he is a successful businessman and contributor to the community, including being a Lebanon Youth Baseball corporate team sponsor for 25 years.
Born and raised in Hickman, Smith County, Tennessee, Mr. Nixon graduated from Gordonsville High School. He is the oldest son of the co-owner of Nixon-Paschall General Merchandise store in Hickman. During Mr. Nixon’s early years of working in commercial-industrial construction, he attended Cumberland College, graduated from Volunteer State Community College, and attended Tennessee Technological University.
Mr. Nixon spent several years in industrial and commercial construction with T. W. Frierson Contractors in Nashville. In 1984, he joined the Lebanon construction company W. R. Newman and Associates, eventually becoming vice president with a minority interest until its sale. Afterwards he returned to the project management team of T. W. Frierson Contractors.
In the spring of 1988, Mr. Nixon founded and served as owner/president of Savik General Contractors, Inc., based in Lebanon, Tennessee. During the company’s active years as a commercial and industrial builder, Savik Contractors built facilities in and around the Wilson County and Middle Tennessee areas for local owners/developers and other companies from across the U.S. Mr. Nixon’s success continued in 2005, when he became majority owner and president of Doc’s Glass Service, Inc. in Gallatin, Tennessee, until he sold his interest and semi-retired in 2014/2015.
He has served prior terms on the advisory boards of local nonprofit organizations including Potter’s House Ministries, Leadership Wilson and College Street Fellowship House.