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Statewide banking association elects officers, board members

Robin McGraw

Robin McGraw

Joel Clements

Joel Clements

Carl Chaney

Carl Chaney

 

Bill Renovich

Bill Renovich

Martha Rogers

Martha Rogers

Jeff Lacey

Jeff Lacey

 

Paul Thompson

Paul Thompson

Thomas Brown

Thomas Brown

 

Jerry Host

Jerry Host

Banker E. Robinson McGraw of Tupelo has been elected chairman of the Mississippi Bankers Association for 2009-2010.  He will lead the association’s 20-member MBA board of directors.

 

 

 

 

McGraw was elected at the association’s Annual Convention, held May 13-17 in Destin, Fla. The membership of the 120-year-old association includes 103 commercial banks and savings institutions — representing 99 percent of the bank deposits in Mississippi.

McGraw of Tupelo, is chairman of the board, president and CEO of Tupelo-based Renasant Bank.

Joel C. Clements of Waynesboro has been elected to vice chairman. Clements is chairman of the board, president and CEO of Waynesboro-based First State Bank.

Carl Chaney of Gulfport, has been elected treasurer.  Chaney is president and CEO of Gulfport-based Hancock Bank.

Bill Renovich of Horn Lake, president and CEO of Horn Lake-based DeSoto County Bank; Martha Rogers of Jackson, chairman of the board, president and CEO at Bank of Morton; Jeff Lacey of Kosciusko, president and chief banking officer of Kosciusko-based M&F Bank; Paul Thompson of Pascagoula, executive vice president at Pascagoula-based Merchants & Marine Bank; Thomas Brown of Bay Springs, chairman of the board, president and CEO of Bay Springs-based Magnolia State Bank; and, Jerry Host of Jackson, president and chief operating officer of Jackson-based Trustmark National Bank, are all newly-elected members of the board of directors at MBA.

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