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Repult joins Nail McKinney

Nail McKinney announced that Cosby Repult has joined the firm. Cosby, a native of Tupelo, received his Bachelors of Accountancy Degree from Mississippi State University in 2016 and his Masters of Accountancy from the University of Mississippi in 2017. Cosby has worked for the past year in public accounting in Memphis. Her work experience includes positions as Loan Administration Risk ...

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Mississippi State Hospital honors three as Employees of the Year

Stacey Carter, Stanley Nobles and Roger Scott were named Mississippi State Hospital’s 2018 Employees of the Year for making outstanding contributions to the hospital through their work. The three, chosen from among the 36 Employee of the Month recipients, were recognized at the Employee of the Year Gala on Feb. 21 at the Pearl Community Center. Each winner received a ...

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Keesler Federal names Mathis branch manager

Keesler Federal Credit Union has named Heather Mathis as branch manager of the recently opened Flowood branch. Located at 389 Ridge Way in Lakeland Commons, the branch is the credit union’s first in Rankin County. Mathis will oversee branch operations which will include traditional lending and banking services. Mathis has worked extensively at both commercial banks and credit unions, and ...

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Jones transitions to Yalobusha County president

Renasant announced that Tommy Jones has transitioned from Grenada Market President to Yalobusha County Market President and North Central Mississippi Region Senior Vice President. Jones graduated from Mississippi State University in 1985. He later graduated from the Tennessee Commercial Lending School at Vanderbilt University, the Mississippi School of Banking at The University of Mississippi, and the Graduate School of Banking ...

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Bell promoted to Grenada market president

Renasant announced the promotion of Gene Bell to Grenada Market President. Bell joined Renasant in 2008 as Vice President for Grenada. Bell graduated from Delta State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and attended the Mississippi School of Banking at The University of Mississippi. “We are excited to have Gene move forward as Grenada Market President. He has ...

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Aaron Wadley to lead Neel-Schaffer’s Georgia Operations

Neel-Schaffer, Inc., has announced that Aaron Wadley, PE, has joined the firm and will manage the Georgia Operations. Wadley has nearly 20 years of engineering design and management experience. He comes to Neel- Schaffer from Gaskins Surveying & Engineering, where he managed that firm’s Gwinnett County office. His experience includes two years as an Assistant City Engineer for the City ...

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ASSET Engineering hires Jeff Jeffreys

ASSET Engineering hires Jeff Jeffreys, a recent graduate from Louisiana Tech University. Having completed his Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Jeffreys is working to become a licensed Professional Engineer (PE) and believes that ASSET Engineering could be the company to help him gain hands-on experience. Jeff Jeffreys will be responsible for learning and implementing the design processes given ...

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Kelly joins Hattiesburg Clinic Dermatology

Sarah Kelly, CNP, joined Hattiesburg Clinic Dermatology – South, where she provides evaluation and treatment for skin disorders. Kelly relocated from Hattiesburg Clinic Dermatology – West earlier this year, where she provided dermatology care for nearly 10 years. She received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Master of Science in Nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner from The ...

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ASSET Engineering hires Gary Scott

ASSET Engineering welcomes the newest addition to their electrical designer team at their office in Canton. Gary Scott brings 23 years of work experience and 18 years of drafting and design experience to ASSET. Prior to joining the ASSET team, Scott worked for GE Digital Energy as an electrical designer on multiple substations, wind farms, and other similar projects. He ...

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Decker elevated to AIA College of Fellows

Roy Decker, principal of Duvall Decker Architects, a Jackson architectural firm, been elevated to the American Institute of Architects (AIA) College of Fellows. Elevation to the College status is awarded by a jury of peers and recognizes achievements of national significance in advancing the architectural profession. Roy Decker was granted Fellowship in the category of Design.

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