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Alderman, Stephens and Douga join White Construction

White Construction Company have announced that Ed Alderman, Superintendent, Donnie Stephens, Superintendent, and Tommy Douga, Project Engineer, have joined its staffs in Panama City FL and Ridgeland. Alderman has over 30 years experience in mid- and high-rise hospitality and multi-family projects throughout Florida. He is assigned to Ridgeland and Panama City. Stephens has 37 years of both retail and commercial ...

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Baldock and Crozier join Peterbilt Truck Centers

Randy Baldock joined Peterbuilt Truck Centers as Chief Financial Officer. He has more than 30 years of accounting and finance experience, the last 12 in automotive parts distribution with AAHC Inc. Baldock is a graduate of the University of Memphis. He is married with 4 children and 2 grandsons. Carey Crozier joined Peterbilt Truck Centers as Marketing Coordinator. She previously ...

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The Cirlot Agency promotes three Jackson employees

The Cirlot Agency announced the promotion of three of its employees, each of whom joined Cirlot at its Jackson headquarters in 2015. Lauren Hegwood has been promoted to Brand Manager. A former Public Relations Specialist, Hegwood has executed multiple public relations and marketing initiatives, managed integrated communications efforts for various clients, including public relations efforts and media relations for the ...

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Butler Snow ranked by The Legal 500 U.S.

The Legal 500 U.S. has ranked Butler Snow nationally for its pharmaceutical, medical device and health care work. The firm was one of 30 firms ranked in the top tiers nationwide for Dispute Resolution: Product Liability, Mass Tort and Class Action: Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices – Defense. In Mississippi, Alyson Bustamante Jones was one of only five attorneys nationwide ranked ...

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Jones appointed TEC of Bay Springs customer relations representative

TEC announced the appointment of Kimbra Jones as Customer Relations Representative at TEC of Bay Springs, Inc., in Bay Springs. Jones will be responsible for assisting with promoting, marketing, selling and supporting of TEC products and services. Jones received a Bachelor of Public Relations from the University of Southern Mississippi. Jones currently resides in Sylvarena with her son, Kane Davis ...

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Baker Donelson named Gold Standard Firm by Women in Law Empowerment Forum

For the fifth consecutive year, Baker Donelson has been certified by the Women in Law Empowerment Forum (WILEF) as a Gold Standard Firm. WILEF grants Gold Standard status to firms that meet objective criteria concerning the number of women among equity partners, in firm leadership positions, and in the ranks of their most highly compensated partners. Baker Donelson was among ...

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Mississippi Boychoir announces new leadership

Mississippi Boychoir has announced the promotion of Katherine Hoitt to the role of Artistic Director. She brings Youth Choir Experience for Boychoir’s 25th Season. Hoitt, a public school choral director, joined the Boychoir last year as an assistant. She brings a lifetime of musical experience to the podium, having spent eight years as a chorister with Mobile’s Singing Children in ...

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Hattiesburg Clinic Heart & Vascular welcomes four new providers

Hattiesburg Clinic Heart & Vascular has added four new providers to its growing team. Carter G. Holland, PA-C; Danielle H. McVeigh, CNP; Leslie R. Tynes, CNP; and Gina R. Whitehead, CNP,  joined Heart & Vascular. The four providers work with the department’s physicians, giving follow-up care to patients who are being treated for cardiac disorders and related conditions. Holland earned ...

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Michael Kimbrell joins Citizens National Bank

Michael Kimbrell has joined the Bank as Rankin County Market President. With 29 years of banking experience, Kimbrell has an extensive background in both retail and commercial banking. He began his career with Deposit Guaranty National Bank as a teller in 1990 and was promoted in 1994 to serve as a lender and manager of His next 18 years of ...

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Mississippi Main Street announces Gregory as new State Coordinator at annual awards

The Mississippi Main Street Association (MMSA) announced Thomas Gregory of Starkville as the new State Coordinator for the organization. The announcement was made at the 30th Annual Awards Meeting and luncheon on Thursday, June 13 at the Old Capitol Inn in Jackson. Gregory is a certified planner and has served the past two years with the Carl Small Town Center ...

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