Deborah McGoldrick Tannenbaum

Jul 11 Disable Comment

Deborah M. Tannenbaum, died suddenly and unexpectedly in the afternoon of July 3, 2024, while working at her desk. Deborah, a graduate of Vanderbilt University was Executive Vice President and co-founder of Sanderling Renal Services, Inc., a Nashville-based dialysis and telemedicine company. Prior to co-founding Sanderling, Deborah had an illustrious career in private banking, starting at Bank of America and its predecessor companies in the 1980’s, and culminating as Executive Vice President of Bank of Tennessee. She spent 21 blissful years married to Dr. Jerome (Jerry) Tannenbaum, the Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Sanderling Renal Services. She was a devoted daughter to her mother (Ruth McGoldrick) and her father (Major General Frank McGoldrick) who preceded her in death, sister to Pamela Smith, Patricia Murphy, and Jack McGoldrick, and step-mother and step-grandmother to the children and grand-children of her husband, Dr. Jerry Tannenbaum.

Deborah was born at the William Beaumont Army Hospital in El Paso, TX in 1952. Her early years were spent growing up at Army posts where her father was the commanding officer, including a stint in South Korea in the early 1960s. She was in the first graduating class of the Nova High School of Broward County Florida, and went to Vanderbilt University at the age of 17. She graduated in under 4 years with a degree in English. Deborah had a huge heart for people and went out of her way to help people, whether they were friends, relatives, patients, or employees.

The service will be held on Sunday, July 7th, 2024 at 11 a.m. at The Temple at 5015 Harding Pike in Nashville, and the family will be receiving visitation in Dr. Tannenbaum’s home from 1-5 p.m.

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