Posts Tagged ‘Campbell Helveston’

Campbell Helveston succeeds Billy Estes

by MBJ Staff Published: August 16,2013

Tags: banking, Billy Estes, Campbell Helveston, Trustmark Bank

Campbell Helveston has been promoted to president-community bank for Trustmark in Meridian. Helveston has most recently served as a senior vice president and commercial relationship manager at Trustmark in Meridian, where he has over 10 years of experience in the financial industry. A native of West Point, Helveston earned a bachelor of arts degree in […] [...]

Campbell Helveston is Trustmark’s new Meridian community president

by Lynn Lofton Published: August 9,2013

Tags: Banking & Finance, Campbell Helveston, Trustmark Bank

Campbell Helveston knew his first job out of college — selling copiers door to door in Meridian — would not be a long-term career. However, he persevered and being a conscientious young man was recruited at age 24 to go into lending for a Meridian bank. “I’ve always tried to be active in the community […] [...]

Trustmark taps Foster Kennedy, Campbell Helveston as VPs

by MBJ Staff Published: June 14,2013

Tags: Campbell Helveston, Foster Kennedy, Trustmark National Bank

Foster Kennedy has joined Trustmark National Bank as vice president of corporate banking where he serves as a commercial relationship manager. Kennedy is a native of Jackson and currently resides in Madison.  He earned a bachelor of accountancy and a master’s of taxation from Mississippi State University.  He is a volunteer with Habitat for Humanity […] [...]

Trustmark changes staff

Foster Kennedy has joined Trustmark National Bank as vice president of corporate banking where he serves as a commercial relationship manager. Kennedy is a native of Jackson and currently resides in Madison. He earned a bachelor of accountancy and a master’s of taxation from Mississippi State University. Kennedy is a volunteer with Habitat for Humanity […] [...]

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