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Apr 22, 2016
Planters Bank promotes 10 at North Mississippi banks
He is married to Regina Gammill, and they have one daughter, Callie Claire.
Monty Wiggins has been promoted to First Vice President for the Tunica office. Wiggins has worked in banking for 14 years. He is a graduate from the University of Arkansas where he received his B.S. in Business Administration.
Wiggins is a member of the Tunica Rotary Club, Board Member for the Tunica Chamber of Commerce and is a basketball coach at Tunica Academy. He is married to Deanna Wiggins, and they have three children, Raygen, Jayden and Kaysen. They are members of Life Point Church in Tunica
Swayze Hicks has been promoted to Loan Officer for Greenwood office. Hicks is a graduate of Mississippi State University and is attending the Southeastern School of Consumer Credit this spring. She has been with Planters for three years.
Hicks is a Boys & Girls Club of Greenwood Advisory Board member and a Chamber Committee Chair for the Viking Half Marathon and 300 Oaks Road Race. She is married to Matthew Hicks, and they have a daughter, Lucy. She is a member of the Episcopal Church of the Nativity.
Mary Catherine Moore has been promoted to Operations Officer for Deposit Services at the Greenwood office. A native of Greenwood and a graduate of Cruger Tchula Academy, Moore joined Planters Bank in Greenwood in 2006. She has nine years of banking experience. Moore graduated from Mississippi Delta Community College and received her B.S. in Business Administration from Delta State University.
Moore has one son, Logan, and is a member of First Baptist Church in Greenwood.
Andrew Whalen has been promoted to Loan Officer for Cleveland office. A native of Cleveland and a graduate from Cleveland High School, Whalen joined Planters in 2015 after receiving his B.B.A. in Finance from Mississippi State University. Whalen plans to attend his first year at the Mississippi School of Banking this spring.
Whalen is a member of the Cleveland Noon Lions Club and serves on the board. He is enrolled in the Leadership Bolivar County class for 2016 and serving as Secretary and Treasurer for the Bolivar County chapter of the Mississippi State Alumni Association. Andrew is married to Emily Whalen, and he is a member of the First Baptist Church in Cleveland.
Rebecca Knighton has been promoted to Branch Officer for the Cleveland office. Knighton is a native of Cleveland and a graduate of Cleveland High School. She received a B.S. and M.L.S. from Delta State University. She was a teacher in Mississippi for over 24 years before her career in banking. She has been in banking for 11 years, 10 at Planters Bank as a Customer Service Representative.
Knighton is a past member of Cleveland Ephic Woman’s Club and Cleveland Exchange Club. She is a member and elder at First Presbyterian Church in Cleveland. She has two children, ... (Mississippi Business Journal)Apr 22, 2016
Joe Lauderdale dead at 97
He also served as Hernando City Engineer and in that capacity for the City of Olive Branch, Coldwater and Tunica County Engineer.
Lauderdale also served on the committee which started Wesley Meadows Retirement Facility in Hernando and the Hernando Civic Center.
Among his accomplishments, Lauderdale provided the engineering for the first wastewater treatment systems for Hernando, Olive Branch and Coldwater.
During his engineering career, Lauderdale was president of the National Association of County Engineers, the Ole Miss Engineering Alumni Association, the Ole Miss Woods Order, the Hernando Rotary Club, and the Hernando Methodist Church Council.
Among his many honors, Lauderdale received the Ole Miss Engineering School Engineers of Distinction Award in 1994.
A World War II airman who served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II, he received a commission from Yale Officer's Cadet School. His tour during World War II included service in Africa, Italy and France and in England in preparation for the D-Day invasion.
Descended from one of the oldest families of Hernando, Lauderdale was born on Sept. 28, 1918 to William Abner and Margaret Lauderdale. He graduated from Hernando High School in 1936 and from the University of Mississippi in 1940, with a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering. After graduation, he was employed by E.I. Dupont Co. in Decatur, Ala.
Lauderdale was preceded in death by his wife of 65 years, the late Hautense Lauderdale. He is survived by two sons Joe Frank (Paula) and Sam (Jan) Lauderdale and four grandchildren, Ann... (DeSoto Times-Tribune)Feb 3, 2016
Tunica Biloxi tribe encourages youth literacy
The emblem of the Tunica-Biloxi tribe has an eagle, which in traditional legends brought the "sun's promise" to the tribe(Photo: Lex Talamo)
The Tunica-Biloxi tribal flag (right) flies beside the United States and Louisiana flags outside of the Tunica-Biloxi Cultural and Educational Resource center on the tribe's reservation near Marksville (Photo: Lex Talamo)
Marksville, La. – (Feb. 2, 2016) – The Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana’s Language and Culture Revitalization Program (LCRP) will continue its “Story Time” series, featuring a new book each month through June 2016. The free and open-to-the-public events are offered each month for children 7 years old and under from 11 a.m. – noon in the Cultural and Educational Resource Center (CERC) Library located on the Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana reservation (150 Melacon Road, Marksville, Louisiana 71351). Children must be accompanied by a parent and guardian to attend the public event.
The Tunica Biloxi LCRP’s “Story Time” program provides engaging... (Shreveport Times)
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