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Andrews selected to leadership forum

April McDonald Andrews, an attorney with Heidelberg Steinberger, P.A. in Pascagoula, will join the Mississippi Bar Association’s 2018 Leadership Forum. McDonald Andrews is a graduate of Delta State University and the Mississippi College School of Law. She has been practicing law since 2011. Her practice areas include insurance defense and government law, as well as general and appellate litigation.

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Evelyn Bravata joins Dale Partners

Evelyn Bravata has joined Dale Partners Architects P.A. Bravata joins the firm with over nine years of experience. She will work out of out of the firm’s Biloxi office. Bravata received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Michigan, and her Master of Architecture from the University of Colorado. Her portfolio includes educational, corporate, and residential experience ...

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Vicksburg family physician appointed to National Commission of Public Health

Dr. Susan Chiarito, MD, FAAFP, of Vicksburg has been appointed to a 4-year term on the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) Commission on Health of the Public and Science, one of eight commissions that direct AAFP policy. Board certified in family medicine, Chiarito practices at Mission Primary Care Clinic in Vicksburg. She is an advocate for healthy lifestyles and ...

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Sara Yates joins Peterbilt as HR director

Sara Yates has joined the Peterbilt Truck Centers of Mississippi in Pearl as the Director of Human Resources. Sara will oversee all human resource functions for Peterbilt Truck Centers of Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas, and Louisiana. Prior to joining PTC of Mississippi, Sara served as a human resource manager for HORNE LLP. She attended Mississippi State University, graduating with a bachelor’s ...

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Madison County Business League & Foundation’s Young Professional Steering Committee elects new officers

Sarah Beth Wilson, shareholder with Copeland, Cook, Taylor & Bush, P.A., in Ridgeland, was recently elected by the Madison County Young Professionals (MCYP) Steering Committee to serve as the MCYP Chairperson for the 2018 year, which will be MCYP’s second year since its creation by the MCBL&F Board. Wilson represents lenders and other financial and business entities in litigation related ...

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Copeland, Cook, Taylor & Bush Attorneys Listed in Mid-South Super Lawyers

Seven Copeland, Cook, Taylor & Bush attorneys were recently named 2017 Mid-South Super Lawyers and another seven claimed 2017 Mid-South Rising Star recognition. Mid-South Super Lawyers are: C. Glen Bush, Jr., Energy & Natural Resources; C. Greg Copeland, Insurance Coverage; James R. Moore, Personal Injury- General: Defense; J. Ryan Perkins, Civil Litigation: Defense; Glenn Gates Taylor, Energy & Natural Resources; ...

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Brooks Elected Chairman of the Adams and Reese Executive Committee

B. Jeffrey “Jeff” Brooks was recently elected Chair of the Adams and Reese Executive Committee, and Partners Reber M. “Mitch” Boult and Leslie M. Henry were elected to serve on the firm’s Executive Committee. Brooks’ selection as Chair of the Executive Committee marks his third term having previously served as Chair in 2014 and 2015. Boult previously served a three-year ...

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Community Bank announces staff changes

Community Bank recently announced five staff changes: » Anthony Webb has been promoted to Senior Vice President. Webb, a native of West Point, has over 20 years of experience in the banking industry, most previously serving as Vice President in Community Bank’s West Lakeland office. In his new role, he will continue to be responsible for business development, cash management ...

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