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Forman Watkins welcomes new associate to Jackson office

Forman Watkins & Krutz LLP has announced the addition of Molly McNair to its Jackson office. McNair enjoys being a lawyer because it is a job that makes her a life-long learner. She believes that every task set before her is a gift and an opportunity to strive for excellence, which makes her a faithful advocate for her clients. With ...

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Hancock Whitney names Schloegel as Hattiesburg market president

Hancock Whitney has named Michael Schloegel, one of South Mississippi’s most accomplished young bankers, as Hattiesburg Market President. Hancock Whitney President and CEO John M. Hairston said Schloegel’s appointment reflects the bank’s ongoing commitment to people and communities across the Pine Belt in Hancock Whitney’s home state. “Hancock Whitney was born and remains based in South Mississippi. Michael Schloegel is ...

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McDavid Joins Argent Financial Group as VP and wealth advisor

Argent Financial Group recently announced that Jason McDavid has joined the company as a vice president and wealth advisor. Based in Ridgeland, McDavid will report directly to Vice President David Russell. McDavid joins Argent from Gulf South Capital, a family office in Jackson, where he had provided finance and accounting support since 2017. Before that, he worked at KLLM Transport ...

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Kirk joins Holmes as Goodman Campus Psychology Instructor 

Leslie Kirk of Benton has joined the Holmes Community College family as a psychology instructor on the Goodman Campus. Prior to coming to Holmes, Kirk taught in the public school system for five years. She holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Mississippi Medical Center, a Master of Science from Capella University and is continuing graduate work at ...

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Mills, Amond launch law firm in Jackson

New Orleans law firm Fishman Haygood LLP, together with Alysson Mills and Kristen Amond, recently announced the formation of Mills & Amond LLP in Jackson. Mills, a native of Fulton Mississippi, balances a sophisticated commercial litigation practice with an interest in constitutional and criminal law. As a partner at Fishman Haygood, she won precedent-setting cases for clients of all backgrounds, ...

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Dunn joins Hattiesburg Clinic

Andrew Dunn, MD, recently joined Hattiesburg Clinic Pathology. Dunn provides clinicians with feedback on medical diagnostics, assists in categorizing diseases, and monitors for disease associations. He has special interests in gastrointestinal and liver pathology as well as dermatopathology. Dunn received his medical degree from the University of Mississippi School of Medicine in Jackson, Miss. He completed his internship and residency ...

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Directors Allen, Boykin and Hall Re-elected to Southern AgCredit board

Stockholders of Southern AgCredit recently re-elected Reggie Allen of Brookhaven, Lonnie “Gene” Boykin of Rolling Fork, and Thomas C. “T.C.” Hall of Gloster, La., to the lending cooperative’s board of directors. Each will serve a three-year term. Allen, a timber and cattle farmer, was first elected to the board in 2013. Boykin, a timber, soybean and corn farmer, was first ...

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Hardeman joins Holmes Ridgeland Campus as ADN instructor 

Kim Hardeman of Madison recently joined the Holmes Community College family as an Associate Degree Nursing instructor on the Ridgeland Campus. Prior to Holmes, she was employed with Blair E. Batson Children’s Hospital as a nurse circulator. She also has experience as a surgical nurse, both for Eye Care Surgery Center and Blackledge Face Center. Before becoming a nurse, Hardeman ...

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WCU College of Osteopathic Medicine welcomes Dr. Seger Morris

William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine is pleased to announce that Dr. Seger S. Morris, DO, MBA, has joined the Carey family as regional assistant dean for clinical rotations of Baptist Memorial Health Care and director of health policy for the WCU College of Osteopathic Medicine. Morris is board-certified in internal medicine and serves as division chief of Mississippi ...

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WBA Architecture announces new team members

WIER BOERNER ALLIN Architecture has announced the addition of Amy Daniels, AIA, NCARB, LEED BD+C and Dennis Daniels, AIA, NCARB as Project Managers in their Nashville office. Amy joins the firm from Newman Architects, PC in New Haven, Connecticut and Washington, DC, where she led a firm-wide project management group responsible for project staffing, performance, and personnel management. Amy is ...

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