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Gary Gordon joins bank board

Gary A. Gordon

Gary A. Gordon

OmniBank, a community bank in Bay Springs, has announced the appointment of Gary A. Gordon to its Board of Directors, which took effect in the fall of 2014.

Gordon currently serves in the position of Petroleum Marketer for Denson Oil Company in Bay Springs.  With over 20 years of experience in the petroleum industry, Gordon is responsible for reselling refined petroleum products via bulk stations and terminals with an emphasis in customer service.

Gordon is a retired educator and has functioned in various capacities within the academic field.  In 1973, he began his career as a teacher and coach in the Smith County School District in Taylorsville.  From 1975 – 1992, he served as assistant principal at Laurel City School District and as high school principal at West Jasper Consolidated School District in Bay Springs and Forest Municipal School Districts in Forest, respectively.  Afterward, Gordon instructed as an adjunct professor on the Meridian Campus of Mississippi State University.  Gordon holds a Doctorate in Education and Supervision from the University of Southern Mississippi, a Masters in Education Administration from William Carey College, a Specialist in Education Administration from William Carey College, a Bachelor of Science from the University of Southern Mississippi and an Associate of Arts from East Central Community College. Gordon is married to the former Linda Denson of Bay Springs.

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