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MVSU’s Tanner takes helm as MADE president

A Mississippi Valley State University faculty member is now leading a state organization for developmental educators. MVSU Director of Academic Success and Student Development Heather Tanner was sworn in as president of the Mississippi Association for Development Education (MADE) Nov. 9 in Jackson. As president, Tanner will have the opportunity to influence MADE’s mission to improve the theory and practice ...

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Matani joins Hattiesburg Clinic Hospital Care Service

Nedal M. Matani, MD, joined Hattiesburg Clinic Hospital Care Service as a hospitalist. Matani received his medical degree from the University of Jordan in Amman, Jordan. He completed internship and residency programs in internal medicine through New York Medical College at St. Michael’s Medical Center in Newark, N.J.

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Butler Snow adds 2 attorneys to Ridgeland office

Butler Snow has announced that Timothy W. Lindsay and Robin Banck Taylor have joined the firm’s Ridgeland office. Lindsay and Taylor will both practice with the firm’s labor and employment group. Butler Snow represents private and public sector employers throughout the United States in every aspect of the employment relationship. At the core of the firm’s employment practice is a ...

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C Spire Business wins regional award 2018 Cisco Partner Summit

C Spire Business, a subsidiary of the Mississippi-based diversified telecommunications and technology services company, has been named the top state, local and education (SLED) IT sales unit in the Southern U.S. by Cisco. C Spire Business was honored recently along with 13 other companies with regional awards at the 2018 Cisco Partner Summit attended by over 2,100 partners and more ...

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Hadley appointed to Political Science advisory board

Texas government law and policy and litigation attorney Elizabeth Ross Hadley, a shareholder in the Austin office of global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP, has been appointed to serve on the advisory board of the University of Mississippi Department of Political Science. As a board member, Hadley, an Ole Miss alumna, will work closely with the University’s department chair to ...

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Trustmark recognizes Davis for 40 years of service

Trustmark announced that Geneva Davis, retail banking officer and retail administration analyst at its Corporate office in Jackson, has been inducted into the 40-Year Club of the Mississippi Bankers Association. At its 2018 Annual Convention, the Mississippi Bankers Association recognized her as a member of this highly regarded 40-Year Club. “Geneva is a committed professional who lives out the core ...

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Memorial Physician Clinics welcomes Burns

Memorial Physician Clinics welcomed Robert Burns, MD, in the practice of Internal Medicine in Pascagoula. Burns received his Doctor of Medicine from University of Arkansas Medical Sciences in Little Rock. He completed his internship in internal medicine at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Montgomery, and his residency from Baptist Memorial Hospital, Memphis. Burns is board certified in internal medicine.

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Barham joins Oak Grove Family Clinic

Kara L. Barham, CNP, joined Hattiesburg Clinic Oak Grove Family Clinic. Barham works under the supervision of J.D. Dumas, III, MD, treating chronic and acute conditions and promoting health and disease prevention. She also has a special interest in performing minor outpatient procedures. Barham received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from The University of Southern Mississippi School of Nursing ...

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Holman awarded Commercial Realtor of the Year

During the annual Mississippi Realtors Convention held in Point Clear, Ala., Mississippi Commercial Association of Realtors’ Philip Holman of The Mattiace Company was honored by the Association’s Local Board as their Commercial Realtor of the Year. Local Board Realtor of the Year is awarded annually to the Realtor recognized for their outstanding contribution to their Local Board through involvement, service, ...

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Forrest General, Pine Grove honored with Maggie Awards

Forrest General’s Marketing and Communications Department was honored at the Mississippi Hospital Association’s Maggie Awards ceremony, recognizing excellence in marketing and public relations efforts of Mississippi hospitals. Forrest General received a Maggie Award and the Best In Show Video designation for 100 Years Lived Well, a feature story about a LiveWell patient who celebrated his 100th birthday at the facility. ...

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