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Daily Archives: July 1, 2012

One promoted, one hired

BankPlus has promoted Lee Hardy to bank officer in the Flora office. Hardy has over seven years of experience in the banking industry. A native of Madison, Hardy attended Holmes Community College and plans to attend the Mississippi School of Banking in 2013. BankPlus also hired Wesley Jackson as assistant vice president. Jackson was recently employed with the Mississippi Department ...

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Old Pascagoula High lives on as senior housing

Time may not have always been on developer Steve Nail’s side in his 14-year quest to transform the 74-year-old Pascagoula High School into Bayside Village Senior Apartments. But it certainly came to his aid June 21. At mid morning, he flew from Jackson to Pascagoula for the ribbon-cutting for Bayside Village. After the ceremony at which he delivered the news ...

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Loveless selected, inducted

William Carey University’s Dr. Bobbie Loveless, bachelor of science in nursing coordinator and associate professor of nursing on the Tradition campus, was recently selected and inducted into the 2011 class of South Mississippi’s Top 10 Business Leaders Under 40. These business leaders, along with the 10 community leaders, were inducted into the Roland Weeks Leadership Hall of Fame. Loveless, who ...

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Interns pass exam

Three JH&H Architects Planners Interiors, P.A., interns recently passed the Mississippi Architect Registration Exam and will become registered Mississippi architects. Erin Zieren, AIA, LEED AP, is a native of Flowood and a 2006 graduate of Mississippi State University’s School of Architecture. Zieren is one of eight JH&H staff members that are LEED Accredited Professionals. Brad Stubblefield is a native of ...

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Henry Jones’ management philosophy built on high expectations

As we approach the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, one of the records that athletes from around the globe will be trying to beat is in the high jump. Javier Sotomayor from Cuba set the world record in this event in 1993 at 2.45 meters. The image of well-trained competitors striving to propel themselves higher and higher strikes a chord ...

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Mallard earns diploma

Joe Mallard, vice president of lending and branch manager for Southern AgCredit’s Ridgeland and Newton offices, was among 160 bankers who received diplomas June 1 from the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University. Mallard, a native of Enterprise, previously earned a bachelor of science degree from the College of Forest Resources at Mississippi State University and a master’s ...

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TEC promotes Hoyle

TEC has promoted Kimberly Hoyle to sales supervisor at TEC of Jackson Inc. Hoyle will be serving our Hattiesburg and Gulf Coast markets. Hoyle was hired by TEC as an account executive in 2011, where she focused on building and maintaining client relationships through the sales of TEC products. Hoyle, currently residing in Petal, graduated from the University of Mississippi ...

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MSC: Original jurisdiction over CONs unconstitutional

A disagreement over a dialysis facility in North Mississippi ended up killing a law designed to streamline the certificate of need appeals process. The Mississippi Supreme Court ruled June 21 that a 2011 law that provided for a direct appeal to that court in CON cases was unconstitutional. The ruling was in response to a CON dispute over a proposed ...

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Kaye replaces Carpenter

Carolyn Kaye has been appointed to the city of Columbus’ Historic Preservation Commission. The Commercial Dispatch reports she replaces Nancy Carpenter, who resigned after being named to the Mississippi Department of Archives and History board earlier this year.

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Regions taps Matthews

Regions Bank has named Alan E. Matthews a lending advisor with the bank’s Private Wealth Management team in Jackson. His responsibilities include developing customized credit facilities for affluent individuals and families in metro Jackson and the surrounding region. A banking veteran with more than 25 years of experience, Matthews joins Regions from M&T Bank in Washington, D.C. He is a ...

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