Posts Tagged ‘Magnolia State Bank’

Bank taps Brown, Mangum

by MBJ Staff Published: March 22,2013

Tags: banking, Kris Mangum, Magnolia State Bank, Tom Brown

Kris Mangum and Tom Brown have been elected to the board of directors of Magnolia State Bank. Brown joined the mortgage division of Magnolia State Bank in Petal in 2009. As mortgage loan originator, Brown is responsible for all mortgage loan requests in Petal and Laurel. He attended Ole Miss and graduated from Colorado State […] [...]

Magnolia State Bank still growing strong

by Wally Northway Published: January 25,2010

Tags: Magnolia State Bank, Marcus Robinson, Prime Mortgage Inc. Prime Mortgage

Prime Mortgage acquisition/Hattiesburg office significant milestones for company   In 1975, a group of Jasper County businessmen established a state-chartered bank to better meet the needs of the residents of the county and Bay Springs. Nearly 35 years later, Magnolia State Bank is thriving, and bears little resemblance to the original financial institution known as […] [...]

Magnolia hires Olmi

by MBJ Staff Published: November 9,2009

Tags: Canda Olmi, Magnolia State Bank

    Magnolia State Bank welcomes Canda Olmi as senior vice president. Olmi will focus on developing relationships with executives and professionals in the Hattiesburg Market. Olmi, along with president and CEO Marcus Robinson, will open a new branch there later this year.   With more than 24 years experience in banking, Olmi was recently […] [...]

Robinson makes switch to Magnolia State Bank

by MBJ Newswires Published: September 21,2009

Tags: Bay Springs, CEO, Magnolia State Bank, Marcus Robinson, Thomas Brown

BAY SPRINGS — After 30 years of serving as Magnolia State Bank president, CEO and chairman Thomas Brown has named a new president and CEO, Marcus Robinson, formerly with Regions Bank in Hattiesburg. Brown will continue to serve the bank as a full-time chairman of the board and will continue to maintain an office in […] [...]

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