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Andy Anderson to lead Bank of Anguilla

Andy Anderson

Andy Anderson

Andy Anderson has been named President and CEO of Bank of Anguilla, succeeding Fred Miller, Jr. who was elected as chairman of the Board of Directors.  Anderson has been with the Bank of Anguilla since Jan. 1, 1983.  He also is currently serving as Chief Financial Officer, Compliance Officer and is a Director of the Bank.  Andy holds both BBA and MBA degrees from the University of Mississippi.  He is also a 1988 graduate of the LSU Graduate School of Banking of the South.  Andy has been active in both MBA and ABA committees.  He is a member of the Rotary Club and has served as its President twice   He serves on the Rolling Fork Visitor Center and Museum Board.       He has coached baseball and softball on the Little League and High School levels for 32 years.

Andy has been the play by play announcer for football and basketball games for many years, retiring from those duties this year.  He is a Sunday School teacher and Deacon at First Baptist Church of Rolling Fork.  He is also active in other community and church committees and activities   He is married to Tracye Anderson.  They have two children, Ryan and Marlee Anderson.


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