Planters Bank announced the promotion of Chris West to President and Alicia Chandler as Vice President of the Ruleville branch.
Chris West, a native of Ruleville, has been with Planters Bank for thirty-one years. She has served in many roles while at the bank including bookkeeper, CSR, Teller Supervisor, and Loan Officer. She is a graduate of Mississippi Delta Community College and attended Delta State University. She is a graduate from the Mississippi School of Banking at the University of Mississippi and the Southeastern School of Consumer Credit.
West is active in Ruleville Baptist Church serving as a Sunday School Teacher and volunteering at Vacation Bible School. She is married to Todd West. They have two children, Steven and Terra, and four grandchildren.
Alicia Chandler has been promoted to Vice President for the Ruleville office of Planters Bank. She has worked for Planters Bank for sixteen years and is a graduate of the University of Mississippi. She completed the Southeastern School of Consumer Credit and the Mississippi School of Banking at the University of Mississippi.
Chandler is an active member of the Drew-Ruleville Rotary Club and serves as secretary. She is married to Wesley Chandler, and they have one son, Brant. They are members of First Baptist Bible Church in Drew.
Founded in 1920 in Ruleville, Planters Bank has grown to a region-wide banking system, with assets over one billion dollars, serving 13 communities in 19 locations, as the bank of choice for customers across Mississippi and the region.
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