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Senate confirms Moore appointment to Personnel Board

The Mississippi Senate has confirmed Governor Phil Bryant’s appointment of Gregory A. Moore to the Mississippi State Personnel Board to fill an unexpired term through June 30, and for a five-year term beginning July 1. Moore is the Chief Executive Officer for Community Bank of Mississippi. He oversees the daily operations of the bank and each of its subsidiary regions ...

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Luckney’s appointment to Personnel Board confirmed

The Mississippi Senate has confirmed Governor Phil Bryant’s reappointment of Alwyn Luckey to the Mississippi State Personnel Board for a five-year term beginning July 1. Luckey was originally appointed to the Board by Governor Bryant in 2012. Luckey is currently the sole shareholder of The Law Firm of Alwyn H. Luckey, P.A. His law practice includes state and local government ...

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Gulfport hospital names Wack as CFO

Memorial Hospital at Gulfport has named Mark Wack, CPA, MBA, as Chief Financial Officer. Wack joins Memorial with a background of more than 30 years of business, accounting and administration with experience specifically in healthcare finance and business development. Wack most recently was Senior Vice President and CFO at Touro Infirmary in New Orleans; and CFO at Merit Health in ...

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Road Builders group elects new members

The Mississippi Road Builders Association elected members to a 3-year term: Dwayne Boyd, APAC – Mississippi, (Jackson); Michael Burroughs, Burroughs Diesel, (Laurel); Tracy Clark, Riverside Traffic Systems, (New Albany); Richard McCool, J.L. McCool Contractors, (Pascagoula); Rick Webster, Key, LLC (Madison). Steven Warren, Warren Paving is President. Hunter Fordice, Fordice Construction Co. is 1st Vice President. Clint Estess, Dickerson & Bowen ...

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Alef named president of BNA Insurance and Investments

Mike Alef has been named president of BNA Insurance and Investments, a division of BNA Bank. In 2001 Alef joined BNA Bank as Vice President and started BNA Bank Insurance and Investments which has steadily grown under his leadership. He is licensed as a General Securities Representative and holds a Series 7 designation. Alef is also licensed as an Investment ...

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Credit Unions form emerging leader group

A new program was formed to develop young Mississippi credit union professional’s leadership skills and passion for the credit union movement: L.E.A.D. — Leaders Engaging in Action & Development — was formed to help young Mississippi credit union professionals develop leadership skills. L.E.A.D. was organized by Sedric Brinson (Statewide Federal Credit Union), Christian Hartley (Keesler Federal Credit Union), and Drew ...

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MDOT District 5 Equipment Operators Roadeo winners announced

The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) recently held its annual District Equipment Operators Roadeo at the MDOT District 5 Headquarters in Newton. The Roadeos display MDOT’s maintenance workforce with the knowledge, skills and abilities gained from experience working on Mississippi’s highways. District 5 events and winners are as follows. Lowboy: First place – Terry Buckley, Second place – Billy Coward, ...

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Nine Bradley attorneys named to Who’s Who Legal

Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP has announce that nine of the firm’s partners have been named by Who’s Who Legal as among the world’s leading product liability defense practitioners. The Bradley attorneys listed in the Who’s Who Legal: Product Liability Defence 2019 are Lindsey C Boney IV, W. Wayne Drinkwater, James W. Gewin, William F. Goodman III, Tripp Haston, Lela ...

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McNeel elected Regional Chair of National Architectural Board

Jackson architect Richard McNeel, NCARB, AIA president and chief executive officer of JBHM Architects, P.A., is the new chair of the Southern Conference of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. McNeel previously served as vice chair of the Southern Conference, which comprises registration boards in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas ...

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