Pat Lane has joined Cadence Bank’s local advisory board for Starkville.
Lane has been a real estate broker in the Starkville area for 39 years.
She was recognized as Coldwell Banker’s top producer in Mississippi from 1998 to 2001 and was honored with the International President’s Elite designation eight consecutive times.
She also has been voted by the community as one of the best Realators in Starkville and the Golden Triangle.
She is an ambassador for the Greater Starkville Development Partnership and is a member of the Partnership’s Committee of 100.
She has been an active board member of the Starkville Oktibbeha Achieving Results Community Foundation since its inception in 2002 and also serves on the Board of Directors for the Starkville-Mississippi State University Symphony Association. Lane attended Mississippi State University where she earned her master’s degree.
She and her husband, Larry, a retiree of Mississippi State University’s Chemical Laboratory, are members of First United Methodist Church where Pat is a member of the Chancel Choir.
Lane joins current advisory board members: Jeff Adkerson, Nelle Cohen, Alveria Crump, Dr. Wesley Ferguson, Jack Forbus, Dr. John Forde, William Hilbun, Dr. Andrew Martin, Markeeta Outlaw, Dr. Allison Pearson, Jeff Read and Dr. Roy Ruby.
Cadence Bank’s advisory board is led by Jimmy Abraham, vice chairman of client and business relations, and Jerry Toney, Mississippi bank president and senior financial consultant.
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