Posts Tagged ‘Community Bancshares’

John Arledge sitting on Community board

by MBJ Staff Published: July 5,2013

Tags: banking, Community Bancshares, John Arledge

John Arledge has joined the board of directors of Community Bancshares Inc. Arledge is currently vice president of public affairs for Entergy Mississippi. His previous professional experience includes service as deputy chief of staff for Gov. Haley Barbour. Arledge also served as the director of communications for Gov. Kirk Fordice, acting as the governor’s spokesman, […] [...]

Weir named president/CEO

by MBJ Staff Published: September 2,2012

Tags: Community Bancshares, Phil Bryant, Simon Weir

Community Bancshares Inc. has promoted Simon Weir to president and CEO of Community Bank, North Mississippi, and elected to the bank’s board of directors. He has been with Community Bank since 1998, most recently holding the title of DeSoto County Division president. This new position entails executive level management of the Community Bank offices located […] [...]

Lindsey makes senior VP

Community Bancshares Inc. has promoted Cindy Lindsey to senior vice president of human resources for Community Bancshares, the holding company for Community Bank. She has been with Community Bank for the last 39 years. Throughout her career with the bank she has formally held the titles of bookkeeper, teller, loan assistant, administrative assistant to the […] [...]

Community Bancshares takes federal funds

by Amy McCullough Published: October 5,2009

Tags: banking, Community Bancshares, Troubled Asset Relief Program

Other small Mississippi banks choose again not to take part in TARP Washington is considering another round of bailouts for banks that were too small or risky for the first disbursement of Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) funds in fall 2008. But “bailout” might not be the right word, since some banks receiving these funds […] [...]

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