A 45 year old Nashville banker lost his life on Center Hill Lake Saturday afternoon.
Dead is David Brian Williams.
Sheriff Lloyd Emmons says Williams was with his family on the lake when he went down while swimming.
TWRA Officer Ben Franklin says the incident occurred in Raccoon Hollow in the Holmes Creek area of the lake. \"He was swimming from one boat to another and went under water in the Raccoon Hollow section of Center Hill Lake between Holmes Creek and Indian Creek.\"
Officers of the TWRA, DeKalb County Sheriff's Department, and members of the DeKalb County Rescue Squad were summoned to the scene around 3:11 p.m.
Officer Franklin says dragging operations began shortly thereafter and the body was subsequently recovered from the lake. \"The DeKalb County Rescue Squad recovered the body in approximately 17 feet of water. We were very lucky to find him as fast as we did. From the time we got the call until the time we recovered the body was approximately two hours.\"
The Rescue Squad left the scene at 5:14 p.m.
Officer Franklin thanked all those who assisted in the recovery effort. \"Everyone did an excellent job. They were very professional and we appreciate everybody who took part in it from the Rescue Squad, TWRA, Sheriff's Department and the Medical Examiner.\"
Sheriff Emmons says an autopsy would likely be conducted to determine if the man drowned or experienced some medical problem that caused his death.
Williams reportedly helped build Sun Trust Bank's Music Division into a National entity.
In 1990, he moved the Bank's Music Industry Division to Music Row, making it Music Row's first full service branch.