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Rawls comes to Regions

Dwight Rawls

Regions Bank has named Dwight W. Rawls branch manager for the bank’s Grants Ferry branch in Flowood. He will be responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with consumer and small business clientele throughout the region.

Rawls joins Regions from Trustmark Bank and brings 23 years of banking experience to the position. He earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern Mississippi, and is a graduate of the University of Mississippi School of Banking and the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University.

He has served as the past president of the Jackson chapter of the Urban Financial Services Coalition and as a United Way volunteer.

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One comment

  1. Anyone ever tried to cash a Regions check at Regions if you’re not a Regions customer?

    It’ll cost you $10.

    I will never be a Regions customer. $10 to cash one of their checks? They blame it on Government regulation. And they’re making more money than they ever did. Those wonderful folks who gave us the Great Depression of 2009.

    Who cares if there’s a new manager. All he’ll do is continue the same userous policies as the rest of Regions.

    The hell with Regions and their fees.

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