Since 1973, Gary Litton has been serving individuals, companies, celebrities and government officials to discover the facts for a variety of concerns.
Gary has spent 43 plus years in the private investigation field. He served on the Legislative Committee in Nashville which helped establish the rules and regulation for private investigators throughout the state. He co-founded the Tennessee Professional Investigators Association. He served as both, Chairman and Vice Chairman during his tenure. Our office organized the Continuing Professional Education classes for years to insure that investigators maintain their CPE credits required by the state. Gary led the fight to change a Supreme Court Ethics Rule that had not been changed in 30 years and accomplished a great feat for investigators throughout Tennessee. Our office was instrumental in helping to establish regulations that govern the Private Investigative industry. We helped set the standards that ensure anyone hiring a private investigator is met by a properly trained, professional and comp tent individual who will work a case to the best of their ability. Additionally Gary served as Vice President on the Board of Psychological Evaluators. Gary is a 32nd Degree Mason and has been a member of the Scottish Rite for over 20 years.
Gary spent 40 of his younger years racing. He traveled throughout the United States racing his Nitro Funny Car called the Tennessee Shaker. He raced in both, NHRA and IHRA and placed both 2nd and 4th in the world points race before retiring in 1998. Taking a slower approach now adays, Gary is content with traveling around with his wife in their motor home. He enjoys taking in all the sites as he rides his motorcycle.
Kimberly Litton has worked in the Private Investigative industry for 25 years. She came into the field as a secretary but yearned for more. With Gary serving as her mentor, she went onto to get her PI license. Kimberly served as secretary and treasurer in the Tennessee Professional Investigators Association.
In her younger years she graduated from Barbizon Modeling School. Kimberly appeared in several commercials, appeared in various print work and did runway for area bridal shows. She taught Sunday School and served on the Church Growth Committee at the Maryville Church of Christ.
Sharing the love of motorcycles with her husband, Kimberly enjoying riding her matching motorcycle, traveling the countryside and seeing new sights. Another of Kimberly’s favorites is themed party planning. It excites her throw a bash for family and friends, whether it’s a Kentucky Derby, Christmas or Halloween Social. She puts all of her decorating ability in the details. Kimberly has a deep love of family and friends. She impresses on all her philosophy of “Say what you mean, mean what you say and do what you say you’ll do.”