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Woods to retire from House after 25 years of service

BYHALIA — Veteran state legislator Tommy Woods of Byhalia says his retirement from the Mississippi House of Representatives will be effective July 30. Woods, a Republican, announced earlier that he was retiring from the Legislature but said he delayed his departure at the behest of House Speaker Philip Gunn, R-Clinton, in case he was needed […] [...]

School district business manager accused of stealing retires

TUPELO — The Lee County School District business manager alleged to have embezzled from the school district has retired. Randy Thweatt was placed on paid administrative leave April 17 after he was arrested by officials from the State Auditor’s Office. The school board changed that to unpaid leave on April 24 after he was indicted […] [...]

Topazi retiring as COO of Southern Company

ATLANTA — Southern Company chairman, president and CEO Thomas A. Fanning has made public a number of changes within the company’s management team, effective July 1, including the replacement for Anthony Topazi. According to Fanning, Mark A. Crosswhite will become executive vice president and COO for Southern Company. Crosswhite will assume the role vacated by […] [...]

After 25 years, Rep. Woods retiring from Legislature due to health

BYHALIA — State Rep. Tommy Woods, a Republican from Byhalia, is retiring from the Mississippi House after 25 years. Woods told the Commercial Appeal he made his decision to retire after consulting with his physicians. He suffered a stroke Dec. 26. Woods was re-elected in November to a seventh term serving House District 52 district […] [...]

Superintendent Burnham to retire after 43-year career

JACKSON — Mississippi Superintendent of Education Tom Burnham is retiring. Burnham will complete his second stretch as leader of the state’s 152 school districts on June 30, timing his departure to the end of the budget year. “I have served passionately for 43 years as an educator striving to make positive changes and to provide […] [...]

Wages retiring after 42-year career at NMHS

by Published: February 9,2012

Tags: executive, health, health care, hospitals, medicine, retirement

TUPELO — For 42 years, Gerald Wages has been a pillar of leadership at North Mississippi Health Services. In 1969, he started as assistant administrator and CFO of the Tupelo hospital. Wages, who served as interim chief executive three times for the hospital system, is retiring as executive vice president for community hospitals for North […] [...]

Executives retiring from Entergy; utility sees drop in net income

NEW ORLEANS — Entergy Corporation has announced changes on its executive team following the announcement of two of its officers. Gary Taylor, group president of utility operations at Entergy Corporation, will be retiring from the company May 31. Taylor will continue to lead utility operations with a transition period to his successor, who will be […] [...]

Read the Dec. 26 issue of the MBJ online

In this week’s MBJ — The 2011 MBJ YEAR IN REVIEW: See what the Mississippi Business Journal chose as its top stories. Also in this week’s paper: >> KEEP YOUR RESOLUTION: Jackson running guru Jeff Seabold gives inventive hints for the new year >> RETIREMENT: Changing PERS board’s makeup could spark high-profile fight — by […] [...]

Read the Dec. 19 issue of the MBJ online

In this week’s MBJ — BUSINESSPERSON OF THE YEAR: It is our inaugural Businessperson of the Year award. Find out whom we are honoring with our most prestigious award of the year. Also in this week’s paper: >> AN MBJ INVESTIGATION: A financial relationship exists between UMMC and the embattled Delta Health Alliance. — by […] [...]

Q&A: Brooks Mosley, President, Independent Pensions Solutions

Brooks Mosley is president of Jackson-based Independent Pensions Solutions, a retirement plan administrator catering to small companies in the region. IPS is a subsidiary of Security Ballew that oversees more than 7,000 participants in 250 plans and specializes in teaching small business owners about changes in 401(k) plan administration, including new rules taking effect in […] [...]

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