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Chambers USA 2019 ranks 12 Bradley attorneys and 2 practice areas in Mississippi

Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP announced that 12 attorneys in the firm’s Jackson office and two firm practice areas have been highly ranked in Mississippi in the 2019 edition of Chambers USA, the independent legal industry referral guide. Across all the firm’s offices, 94 attorneys and 27 practice areas at Bradley have been highly ranked. The firm’s Jackson attorneys who ...

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McCarty named Assistant VP at Community Bank

Lee McCarty has been named Assistant Vice President. A native of Meridian, McCarty recently served as Loan Officer and has been in banking for four years. In his new role, McCarty will continue to manage and grow loans and deposits in the Forest market. McCarty is a graduate of Mississippi College with a Bachelor in Business Administration and a graduate ...

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Hinkle named Senior VP of LAW Investigative Group

Christopher Hinkle has joined the Regional Private Investigation Firm of LAW Investigative Group, LLC as Senior Vice President. Hinkle is retiring from a 30 year career as a Special Agent with the FBI. As Senior Vice President, Hinkle is responsible for the day to day oversight of Investigations, Business Development, Cyber Security Consulting, Corporate Espionage and White Collar Crime Investigations.

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Mississippi Credit Union Association announces board

The Mississippi Credit Union Association re-elected four members to its board of directors. The twelve-member MSCUA Board represents the association’s seventy-three member credit unions in Mississippi. Four directors were re-elected to three-year terms: Sheila Bridges, CommFirst FCU (Jackson); John Gibbons, Triangle FCU (Columbus); Chris Hammond, Sunbelt FCU (Laurel); and James B. Smith, Jr., Singing River FCU (Moss Point). The MSCUA ...

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Hosemann joins Butler Snow’s Ridgeland office

Butler Snow announced that Mark M. Hosemann has joined the firm’s Ridgeland office. Hosemann will practice with the firm’s business services group. Hosemann focuses his practice in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, corporate law, affordable housing development, taxation and estate planning. Hosemann is a member of The Mississippi Bar. He received his bachelor’s degree, with distinction, from the University ...

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Brasfield & Gorrie tops National Healthcare Contractors List

Brasfield & Gorrie has been ranked among the top general contracting companies in the nation by Modern Healthcare. In its 2019 survey of construction and design companies, Modern Healthcare magazine ranked Brasfield & Gorrie No. 1 among the top general contracting companies in healthcare construction, based on 2018 volume. Brasfield & Gorrie landed at the top of the list with ...

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McCoy sworn in as MBP Executive Director

Susan McCoy was sworn in as Executive Director of the Mississippi Board of Pharmacy by Justice James (Jim) Kitchens. Prior to her promotion to Executive Director, McCoy served the MBP as a compliance agent for the last nine and a half years. In addition to her role as a compliance agent, McCoy also has over 25 years of experience in ...

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Rural Lending Co-op hires Shepherd

Southern AgCredit, a rural lending cooperative, hired Hayes Shepherd as a collateral evaluator trainee in its Ridgeland administrative office. Shepherd was a summer intern at Southern AgCredit in 2018, and recently graduated from Mississippi State University with a bachelor’s degree in finance with a concentration in risk management and insurance. He is a native of Flora.

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Kay Sipes Named Chamber Director at WCEA

The Washington County Economic Alliance (WCEA) has announced the appointment of Kay Sipes as the new Chamber Director. Sipes is a Greenville native and comes to the WCEA with numerous years of chamber of commerce and economic development experience. She has mostly recently been serving as interim-Chamber Director with the WCEA since January. In her short time with the WCEA, ...

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Fite named Employee of the Quarter at South Mississippi State Hospital

Lisa Fite was named South Mississippi State Hospital’s first quarter 2019 Employee of the Quarter. Fite joined SMSH in Purvis in October 2017. She graduated from Oak Grove High School and lives in Lamar County. Fite attended Jones County Community College where she earned certification as a Nurse Health Assistant. She also attended Pearl River Community College School of Nursing. ...

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