The Mississippi Bankers Association Board of Directors elected three new members to three-year terms: Henry Logue (Raymond, Madison), Jay Tindall (Senatobia), and David Hemeter (Picayune).
Logue serves as Director, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Merchants and Planters Bank in Raymond. His banking experience includes serving as Chairman, President and CEO of Madison County Bank, Madison; as Director, EVP of Holding Company and President of the Northeast Region at Citizens National Bank in Bossier City, La.; and as Director, President and CEO of First Republic Bank, Monroe, La.
Logue holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree (Business Concentration) from the University Of Louisiana at Monroe, is a graduate of The Graduate School of Banking, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La., holds a Master of Banking from the Graduate School of Banking, Austin, Texas, and is a graduate from the ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking held in conjunction with the Wharton School of Business, Philadelphia, Pa.
In addition to his new board position, Logue has served on the MBA Legislative Committee, the MBA Group Insurance Committee Mississippi Bankers VEBA Board of Trustees, the ABA Community Bankers Council, and the CSBS Bank Advisory Board. He has served as the Chairman of the Louisiana Bankers Association. He is active in his community through his service on the boards of many civic and charitable organizations including the Chamber of Commerce, United Way, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Arts Foundation, and the University of Louisiana – Monroe Foundation Board of Trustees.
Tindall is Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Sycamore Bank in Senatobia. He has served as a Board Member of the Bank of Holly Springs, Senior Vice President of Banking Wolters Kluwer Financial Services in Minneapolis, Minn.; President and CEO of Gulpak Corporation in Jackson; and Vice President of Citizens Bank in Coldwater, before assuming his current role in 2012.
Tindall has been a longtime supporter of the MBA, having attended MBA functions with his late grandfather, Wesley Melvin Tindall, and his father, M.J. (Jimmy) Tindall, who were both President of Citizens Banks, Coldwater. In addition to his board service, Tindall serves on the MBA Agriculture Committee. He also has supported the MBA as an affiliate member through his financial service companies.
Active in his community, he is the former Vice Chairman of the Tate County Industrial Development Authority.
Hemeter serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of First National Bank of Picayune. He has 35 years of banking experience and has been with First National Bank of Picayune for 28 years. He is a graduate of the University of Mississippi, the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University, the National Commercial Lending School in Oklahoma, and the Mississippi School of Banking.
In addition to his new board position, Hemeter has chaired the MBA Lending Committee and has served on the MBA Board of Trustees for the Mississippi School of Banking and the Mississippi Young Bankers Executive Council.
Hemeter is active in his community through the Highland Community Hospital Advisory Board, Kiwanis Club of Picayune, and a member of First Baptist Church.
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