EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT
Greg Cronin President & CEO
J. Robert "Bob" Favre Chief Lending Officer
Pam Lindsey Area President
Paulette Roberts Chief Operations Officer
BANK DIRECTORS
Greg Cronin
J. Robert "Bob" Favre
William J. Hough, Sr.
John D. Myers
Jeffery D. Noblin, M.D.
Vincent J. Pisciotta, M.D.
W. Edward Trehern
Roy C. Williams
Philip Teel
Jane Dennis
ORGANIZERS
Guy Billups III
Greg Cronin
J. Robert "Bob" Favre
William J. Hough, Sr.
John D. Myers
Jeffery D. Noblin, M.D.
Vincent J. Pisciotta, M.D.
W. Edward Trehern
Roy C. Williams
ADVISORY BOARD
Mr. Chris Anderson
Mr. Guy Billups, III
Mr. Lee Brumfield
Mr. Bob Chain
Mr. Robert M. Dalgo
Dr. Steve Demetropoulos
Mr. Dana Foster
Mr. Kirk Ladnier
Mr. John Lockard
Mr. David McCormick
Ms. Carol Lynn Meadows
Mr. John K. Milner
Mr. Don Parker
Mr. Tom Sawyer
Dr. James Sutton
Mr. Dave Trutel
Ms. Linda Watts
 
 
Guy Billups III
Organizer
 
Mr. Billups has over 11 years experience in retail and commercial banking and bank operations. He has served as a director of three financial institutions. His core competencies include all aspects of retail and commercial lending, bank operations, bank management, committee membership and asset liability management. Mr. Billups is self employed, serving as President and Director of Billups Barns and as co-owner and Treasurer of Billups Plantation. He is a resident of Gulfport, Mississippi and attended the University of Mississippi and College of the Ozarks.

Mr. Billups began his career in 1979 with Hammond Motors serving as General Manager. In 1987, he joined Merchants Bank and Trust in Gulfport, Mississippi and served as Senior Vice President of Operations until the bank was acquired by Whitney Bank. During his tenure with Merchants Bank, he also served as Director. In 1992, Mr. Billups was appointed to the Boards of Directors of Community State Bank in Hammond, Louisiana and First State Bank in Baker, Louisiana. He remained a director until the banks were acquired in 1996.

Mr. Billups is an active participant and contributor to the communities of the Mississippi Gulf Coast. He most recently served as President of Westminster Academy and guided the financial recovery and turnaround of the school following Hurricane Katrina.