Bill Bethany has joined Community Bank as an assistant vice president at the Jackson office on Old Canton Road. Bethany has over 10 years’ banking experience and most recently was employed as a branch manager at a regional bank. In his new role with Community Bank, Bethany will assist customers with personal and commercial finance needs.
Bethany, an Atlanta native, has a bachelor’s of business administration degree from the University of Southern Mississippi and a masters of business administration degree from Delta State University. He is also a 2012 graduate of the Mississippi School of Banking at Ole Miss.
Active in community, Bethany is a diplomat for the Ridgeland Chamber of Commerce. Bill and his wife, Tricia Bethany, reside in Madison with their two children, Aubrey (5) and William (6 months).
Bryan Liles has joined Community Bank as a vice president at the new Ridgeland office located on Lake Harbour Drive. Liles has over 7 years’ banking and management experience. In his new role with Community Bank, Liles will assist customers with personal and commercial finance needs.
Liles, a Tupelo native, has a bachelor’s of business administration degree from Mississippi College and is a 2014 graduate of Leadership Madison County.
Active in the community, Liles is an avid tennis player and a USTA team captain. He is also a member of the Ridgeland, Madison the City and Madison County Chambers of Commerce. Bryan and his wife, Tracy, reside in Madison with their two children.
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