Alan McCaskill, Andrew McDowell and Jennifer Moore have been promoted at Community Bank.
McCaskill becomes senior vice president for Community Bank, North Mississippi. McCaskill joined the bank in 2006 and specializes in consumer and commercial lending.
He is a 1991 graduate of Delta State University with a Bachelors of Business Administration in Business Management. He is also a 2009 graduate of the Mississippi School of Banking at the University of Mississippi.
McCaskill is a member and a past president of the Indianola Lion’s Club and incoming president of the Indianola Chamber Main Street. Alan and his wife, Carmen, reside in Indianola and have two daughters, Madison, 20, and Meredith, 16. The family are members of Indianola First United Methodist Church.
McDowell has been promoted to assistant vice president for the Community Bank, Indianola office. McDowell joined Community Bank in 2012 where he started as a loan officer.
McDowell is a 2007 graduate of Delta State University with a Bachelors of Business Administration in Computer Information Systems. He is also a 2012 graduate of Mississippi State University with a Masters of Business Administration.
McDowell is a member of the Indianola Rotary Club, president of the Sunflower County Delta State Alumni Chapter and is a board member for the Mid Delta Arts Association Brindley Theater. He resides in Indianola and attends First United Methodist Church.
Moore becomes loan officer for Community Bank in the Brandon office. Moore joined Community Bank in 2007, working as a loan assistant and a customer service representative.
Moore is a graduate of Forest Hill High School and has attended Hinds Community College in Rankin County. Active in the community, Moore is a member of the Pearl Chamber of Commerce and volunteers with several local animal rescue groups. Moore and her husband, Lee, reside in Lena.
BEFORE YOU GO…
… we’d like to ask for your support. More people are reading the Mississippi Business Journal than ever before, but advertising revenues for all conventional media are falling fast. Unlike many, we do not use a pay wall, because we want to continue providing Mississippi’s most comprehensive business news each and every day. But that takes time, money and hard work. We do it because it is important to us … and equally important to you, if you value the flow of trustworthy news and information which have always kept America strong and free for more than 200 years.
If those who read our content will help fund it, we can continue to bring you the very best in news and information. Please consider joining us as a valued member, or if you prefer, make a one-time contribution.Click for more info