Urologist – Dr Steven Mynatt
Dr. Steven Mynatt of Maryville, Tennessee provides Urology services. His one office location accepts Medicare.
Mynatt and his JTAC worked directly with the Train, Advise and Assist Command-North deputy commander on an uncertain and high-risk operation to protect the Province of Faryab from falling under Taliban control.
Early Life and Education
Steven Mynatt was born January 23rd 1957 in Kansas City Missouri. He served four years with the United States Navy before beginning a long career at AT&T. Steven attended Parkville Presbyterian Church as a member. He leaves behind sons Brandt Weaver and Mike Weaver as well as one grandchild Loftyn; sister Cathy Johnson as well as numerous nieces and nephews to cherish his memory.
He holds licenses to practice medicine in Tennessee and Washington. Additionally, he is affiliated with both University of Tennessee Medical Center and Blount Memorial Hospital as well as accepting multiple insurance plans.
His credentials include certification in Pain Medicine and Internal Medicine and over 42 years of practice experience at Tennessee Valley Pain Specialists, PLLC which is affiliated with Tri-State Memorial Hospital & Medical Campus.
Steven Mynatt has over 27 years of utility industry experience, beginning his career at Bessemer Alabama Utilities and later serving on Tullahoma Electric District’s (ED) board of directors and serving on their Basic Engineering Review Team as well as being appointed to University of Tennessee Faculty Senate membership.
He currently practices urology in Knoxville, Tennessee and is affiliated with various hospitals including University of Tennessee Medical Center and Blount Memorial Hospital. Urologists specialize in urinary tract and male reproductive organ conditions like prostate cancer as well as kidney stones.
Court documents indicate that Newman knew Mynatt was prescribing opioids outside his professional practice for no legitimate medical need, without prior approval or legitimate medical justification. Both men have entered plea agreements to drug-related offenses and will be sentenced on Feb 9, 2022.
Achievement and Honors
Mynatt was a graduate of Park Hill High School’s class of 1957 and received several military awards during his service, as well as being honored with NASA’s Exceptional Public Achievement Medal, which recognizes contributions made by non-government team members to NASA’s mission.
Operation Faryab Response was an air support component of a major ground operation conducted in August 2014. He and his JTAC partner made direct contributions to its success through translation of commander guidance into air power integration, leading to thirty-four F-16 Fighting Falcon sorties; nine B-1 Lancer bomber sorties; 30 lines of intelligence surveillance reconnaissance reconnaissance; twelve shows of force; and eight kinetic strikes. Their award citations note this effort above and beyond their responsibility and scope of responsibility.
Mynatt was also a mentor for other airmen at Bagram Airfield and an advocate of the Air Force Reserves.
Tiffany German leaves behind her husband, Ed German; daughters Claudia Hanson and Eddie German; son Brad Mynatt with grandchild Loftyn Mynatt; sister Cathy Johnson, nieces Jennifer Acuff and Venus Mynatt as well as nephew Ray Mynatt along with many friends. Tiffany attended Park Hill High School and Park Hill Church regularly.
Collis testified that Mynatt told him in 1990 that there wasn’t enough money in the company for him to receive a raise but could ‘pad his expense account a bit.’ However, this does not explain why Mynatt used company funds multiple times for large personal expenses and charged at least three of these expenditures to his personal loan account in its general ledger system.
Mynatt Truck did not sustain its burden of proof for claims involving a Kubota tractor, checks written for tools from Century Lumber Company, credit card charges related to meals as well as losses related to selling both a Winnebago and Model A car.