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BankPlus adds McLendon

BankPlus has hired Leigha McLendon as assistant vice president and coordinator of guaranteed lending in the bank’s administration office. McLendon was previously employed by Community Bank as assistant vice president in the Small Business Administration Department for five years. A native of Brandon, McLendon is a graduate of the University of Southern Mississippi. In the community, she actively volunteers for ...

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Bank promotes Stallings

Joe Stallings III has been promoted to vice president of information security for Community Bank in the Operations Department. He has been with Community Bank since 2009, formally holding the title of information security officer. Stallings is a graduate of the Louisiana Tech University where he earned a bachelor of science in computer information systems. Stallings, a Jena, La., native, ...

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Committee makes nominations

In accordance with the Greater Jackson Chamber Partnership by-laws, chairman Paul Moak appointed a nominating committee chaired by Clay Hays. This committee reported their actions to president Duane O’Neill, who in turn is authorized to notify the entire membership of the nominating committee’s report. Candidates to serve a three-year term expiring December 2014 are: Freddie Bagley, Community Bank; David Barrentine, ...

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Former Mississippi State place kicker joins Community Bank in Tupelo

John-Michael Marlin has joined Community Bank in Tupelo as a mortgage loan officer. Marlin comes to Community Bank from Gum Tree Mortgage. Marlin is a graduate of Mississippi State University with a bachelors of science in business administration. He also has minors in economics and business information systems. Active in the community, Marlin is a member of Business Network International, ...

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Bank promotes four

Community Bank in Indianola has announced two promotions. Mark Bellipanni has been promoted to vice president. Bellipanni has been with Community Bank since June 2006 previously serving as an assistant vice president. Bellipanni, a Belzoni native, is a 2004 graduate of Delta State University where he earned a bachelors of business administration in marketing. He is also a graduate of ...

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Regions sets debit card fees in bid to offset revenue losses

In a soon-to-arrive consequence of the Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, Regions Bank in mid-October will begin charging customers in Mississippi and elsewhere a $4 monthly fee for debit card use. The financial services sector has been predicting for the past year that Dodd Frank’s mandated cut in swipe card fees paid to a debit card’s ...

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Bragg makes VP

Jon L. Bragg has been promoted to vice president for Community Bank. Bragg has been with Community Bank since 2007, formally holding the title of assistant vice president. Bragg is a graduate of Delta State University where he earned a bachelor of science in business administration. Active in the community, Bragg is the vice president of the Hernando Chamber of ...

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Bellipanni elevated to senior VP

J. Michael Bellipanni III has been promoted to senior vice president for Community Bank. Bellipanni has been with Community Bank since 2007, formally holding the title of first vice president. Bellipanni is a graduate of Delta State University where he earned a bachelor of science in business administration. He is also a cum laude graduate of the Barret School of ...

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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 and insurance planning experience to ...

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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 Initiative, pulling in slightly more ...

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