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Community Banks makes staff changes statewide

Darnell McCormick

Thomas Truhett

Katie R. Warren

Andy R. Young

Henry Fox

Community Bank recently made the following staff changes and promotions:

Andy R. Young, a West Tennessee native, has recently been named Senior Vice President in Community Bank’s Southaven office. He has over 17 years of banking experience, most recently as Vice President in the Southaven office.

Young is a graduate of Freed-Hardeman University with a Bachelor degree in Agriculture Business. In 2016, he completed the University of Mississippi School of Banking program.
Young is Chairman of the Southaven Chamber Ambassadors, and Treasurer of the Southaven Rotary Club.
He is a member of the Southaven Church of Christ.

Katie R. Warren has been promoted to Assistant Vice President-Human Resources.
Warren has been with Community Bank for 15 years, in multiple departments, most recently as Assistant Human Resources
Officer.

Raised in Houston, Miss., Warren graduated from Clinton High School in 1998 and received her BSBA from Mississippi College in 2002. She is a member of Society for Human Resource Management and Association for Talent Development.

Warren is also an assistant instructor at No Limit Jiu Jitsu in Clinton.
Warren and her husband Dee Warren have two children Heidi, 6, and Wyatt, 4.

Henry Fox has recently joined Community Bank’s Pascagoula office as a Senior Vice President. He has over 38 years of banking experience. A native of Pascagoula, Fox is a University of Southern Mississippi graduate with his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and his Master of Business Administration. He went on to graduate from the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University and the University of Mississippi School of Banking.

Fox is involved in many local community activities including: The Pascagoula Redevelopment Authority, Pascagoula River Audubon Center, Catholic Diocese of Biloxi, Kiwanis, The Jackson County Economic Development Foundation, and Sacred Heart Catholic Charity. Fox and his wife, Patty, are the parents of 3 grown children, Alison, Andrew, and Adam.

Darnell McCormick recently joined Community Bank’s D’Iberville office as Senior Vice President. She has over 32 years of banking experience.

A native of Biloxi, McCormick is a graduate of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, the University Of Mississippi School Of Banking, and Vanderbilt University’s Commercial School of Banking. She also completed
Leadership Gulf Coast in 2005.

McCormick is a member of the Board of Directors for the Biloxi Bay Chamber and an active part of the LeBelle Femme Carnival Association.

She and her husband, Cheyenne, reside in Biloxi. Together, the couple has six children.

Thomas Truhett has been promoted to Loan Officer within the Small Business Administration Department. Truhett has been with Community Bank for 4 years, most recently serving as SBA Specialist.

Truhett, a native of Gulfport, graduated from the University of Mississippi with a Bachelor of Accountancy.
Truhett and his wife Jennie, live in Brandon. They have one daughter, Jane, and are expecting their second child this fall. They attend Pinelake Church, where Truhett serves in the Middle School Ministry.

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