About Patrick

Faith, Family, Freedom.

Meet Patrick George: Husband, father, chaplain, business executive, and a man deeply grounded in Christian Constitutional Conservative values. Patrick George’s calling to Franklin was more than a personal decision – it was a response to a higher purpose. He sees in Franklin's rich history and community a place where families can grow in faith, love, and mutual respect. However, he also recognizes challenges, particularly the subtle infiltration of ungodly values in our community that can corrupt the innocence and moral compass of our children and divide our families.

Over the past two decades, Patrick's executive leadership spanned six continents. He has led a successful IPO, built and led organizations, and contributed to think tanks and higher education initiatives focused on policy, development, and culture. In his personal and professional life, Patrick has learned that the keys to success are relationships, integrity, and servant leadership, because the decisions of a leader affect not only individuals but also their families and livelihoods.


  • Regional Vice President DuraServ Corp., with P&L and operational responsibility
  • Former Vice President of International Development for Realogy Corporation –Raised over $1B in 2012 IPO
  • Liberty University – Master of Divinity Chaplaincy
  • Member, Dean’s International Council, Harris School of Public Policy Studies, University of Chicago
  • Senior Advisor to the Vice Chairman and Executive board of the World Trade Centers Association – 750,000 member companies located in over 90 countries.
  • Business Council of International Understanding
  • U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs – PTSD Scale for DSM-5 Clinician Training
  • American Association of Christian Counseling – Grief, Crisis and Disaster Counseling
  • East Tennessee State University – B.S. Industrial Technology

"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same."

– Ronald Reagan