BankPlus announces executive promotions

Hall

Patridge

Hudson

Southerland

BankPlus has announced numerous promotions. Fil Hall was recently promoted to executive vice president and chief credit officer. Hall has been in the banking industry over 25 years. He is a graduate of the University of Alabama.

Gee Gee Patridge was recently promoted to senior executive vice president and COO. Patridge most recently served as senior executive vice president and CFO at BankPlus, and has been with the bank for 29 years. A native of Morgan City, she is a graduate of Mississippi State University. In the community, Patridge is a member of the Lake Caroline Advisory Council and Women’s Fund of Mississippi. She and her husband, Jimmy, have two sons, Stewart and Bailey, a daughter-in-law, Merrel Patridge, and one grandchild, Callaway Patridge.
Tom Hudson was recently promoted to executive vice president. Hudson has served as general counsel at BankPlus for over 12 years and has been an attorney for 30 years. A native of Jackson, he is a graduate of Rhodes College and the University of North Carolina School of Law. In the community,

Hudson is a past-president of the Mississippi Bankruptcy Conference and the Mississippi Chapter of the Federal Bar Association. He is a former board member of the Belhaven Security Association and North Midtown and Dinsmor Neighborhood Associations. Hudson and his wife, Terri, have two daughters.

Ann Southerland was recently promoted to executive vice president and CFO. Southerland has been with BankPlus for over eight years. A native of Columbus, she attended Mississippi State University where she graduated with both a bachelors and masters of professional accountancy. In the community, Southerland serves on the board of directors of Mission First Inc. She is a graduate of Leadership Madison County.
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