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Nancy TATUM, a.k.a. Nancy Fullilove, Gene Tatum, a.k.a. Dois Gene Tatum, a.k.a. Chip
Because of a bank failure, the FDIC in 1989 became the receiver for the Ironwood Golf Course and Villas ("Ironwood"). In 1991, the FDIC entered into a property management contract for the management of the Ironwood properties. Gene Tatum was the on-site property manager, and in that capacity he signed a one-page attachment to the property management contract representing to the FDIC that he was "hereby disclosing any and all parties that are directly or indirectly related ... who are to receive payments for any proposed goods or services related to the management of the Property." As the on-site property manager, Gene Tatum had the ultimate management responsibility for the property.
At the time he signed the property management agreement, Gene Tatum had set up and become a principal in a company called Tee Time Management, Inc. ("Tee-Time"). The plan was to subcontract with Tee-Time for performance of the work maintaining Ironwood's greens, fairways, swimming pool, etc. Gene Tatum and his co-conspirators thought that Tee-Time would be an extra source of income for them. Although Tee-Time was clearly a related party, Gene Tatum did not disclose his arrangement with Tee-Time when he signed the above-mentioned form. Rather, his relationship to Tee-Time was concealed. Nancy Tatum, then known as Nancy Fullilove, was Gene Tatum's girlfriend at the time of the criminal conspiracy. She worked at Ironwood. She assisted Gene Tatum in the foregoing criminal conspiracy, including depositing checks intended for the FDIC into unauthorized bank accounts.