Posts Tagged ‘Community Bank’

Community Bank hires Kisner

Community Bank announced that Donnie Kisner has joined Community Investment Professionals (CIP) as a financial planning consultant. CIP, the investment firm for Community Bank, partners with Investment Professionals Inc. (IPI) to provide a broad range of financial planning services. Kisner will serve the Tupelo and Amory areas. Kisner brings over 30 years of investment management […] [...]

There are options for those with poor credit

Mississippi businesses and consumers who struggle to gain credit can turn to nearly a dozen lenders in the state that have received more than $250 million in low-cost capital from the Treasury Department under the Troubled Asset Relief Program, or TARP. Mississippi’s financial institutions led the nation in total funding from TARP’s Community Development Capital […] [...]

CIP adds Moorehead, Dumas

Community Bank announced that Jerry Moorehead and Russ Dumas will join Community Investment Professionals (CIP) as financial planning consultants. CIP, the investment firm for Community Bank, partners with Investment Professionals Inc. (IPI) to provide a broad range of financial planning services. Moorehead and Dumas will serve the Jackson metro area. Moorehead brings over 29 years […] [...]

Community Bank promotes Pratt

by Published: September 5,2010

Tags: Brandon Pratt, Community Bank

Jeff McCoy, president of Community Bank in Meridian, announced that Brandon Pratt has been promoted to vice president in Meridian. Pratt has been with Community Bank since 2005, and previously served as loan officer and assistant vice president. Pratt, a native of Meridian, graduated from Northeast High School and earned a B.B.A. in Banking and […] [...]

Community Bank – Mega-Large Category Runner-up

by Published: May 17,2010

Tags: 2010, Best Places to Work, Community Bank, Mississippi

One of the Southeast’s fastest-growing financial institutions, Community Bank didn’t originate in a large, metropolitan area or with the usual bank business plan. Instead, Community Bancshares of Mississippi Inc. was launched more than 100 years ago when 42 stockholders with $20,000 established Farmers and Merchants Bank in the heart of Mississippi poultry country. In just […] [...]

Bryant elevated at Community Bank

by Published: April 26,2010

Tags: Amory, Brad Stevens, Community Bank, Ivan Bryant

Brad Stevens, president of Community Bank in Amory, is proud to announce that Ivan Bryant has been promoted to executive vice president for Community Bank. Bryant has been with Community Bank since 2005, formally holding the title of senior vice president. Bryant, an Amory native, is a 1996 graduate of Mississippi State University where he […] [...]

Rawson named senior VP

by Published: December 7,2009

Tags: Community Bank, Cory Rawson, Mississippi State University

Cory Rawson has joined Community Bank to be the senior vice president in Forest. Rawson was previously a vice president with First Financial Bank in Carthage. In his new role, he will be working to assist commercial clients with poultry loans and SBA financing needs. Rawson is a 2002 graduate of Mississippi State University and […] [...]

Chamber seats new board members

The Southaven Chamber of Commerce has announced new board members for 2009-2010.  The new board members include: Angie Brazil, BancorpSouth; David Delgado, Delgado Law Firm; Kim Knop, Chartwell Properties; Peter Felsenthal, Whitmor, James McIngvale, Skinner & McIngvale, CPA; Stuart Taylor, DeSoto Civic Center; and, Blake Weaver, NICS (Network of International Christian Schools). Officers are: Ryan […] [...]

McNinch named assistant V.P.

by Published: October 19,2009

Tags: Community Bank, Staci McNinch

Staci McNinch has been promoted to assistant vice president for Community Bank. McNinch currently serves as the office manager for the Lakeland West location in Jackson and has over nine years of banking experience with Community Bank. In her new role, she will oversee operations of the Lakeland West office, assist with human resources for […] [...]

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