Posts Tagged ‘Hancock Bank’

Hancock names assistants VPs

Hancock Bank has named six new assistant vice presidents. Jessica M. Cuevas (Diamondhead Branch) is a native of Pass Christian, and manages operations at Hancock Bank’s Diamondhead branch. She began her Hancock Bank career 12 years ago as a teller. The Pass Christian High School graduate attended Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, and she holds […] [...]

Hancock Bank names presidents

Hancock Bank has named four veteran banking and business leaders as retail market presidents for the South Mississippi regions they serve. John Keilholz, who began his Hancock Bank career in 1993, currently manages the company’s Northern Division, which comprises seven South Central Mississippi Hancock Bank financial centers and more than 70 employees. Keilholz earned a […] [...]

Hancock Bank names new VPs

Hancock Bank has promoted eight associates as new vice presidents of the 111-year-old financial services institution. Sherlyn Breland, Bay St. Louis Main Branch, is a Bay St. Louis native, a 44-year veteran of Mississippi financial services and a 26-year associate of Hancock Bank. She joined the company with the merger of Peoples Federal Savings and […] [...]

Hancock presents Seal Awards

During the 14th-annual Leo W. Seal Teacher Recognition Awards program, state leaders, veteran bankers and longtime Gulf Coast community leaders hailed the instructional expertise and prize-winning proposals of five outstanding teachers in Hancock, Harrison, Jackson and Lamar counties. Selected from more than 150 nominees in seven counties based on past and planned classroom teaching applications, […] [...]

Baxter has a long, storied past with Hancock

by Published: November 23,2009

Tags: Hancock Bank, John Baxter

    John Baxter’s family has employment ties to Hancock Bank dating to 1919, and that was a key reason he chose to join the Gulf Coast bank in 1996 — on the very day that happened to be the bank’s 96th anniversary.   Baxter grew up in New Orleans and in Bay St. Louis, […] [...]

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