Crawford Succeeds Brock at Citizens' Trust Department

Crawford Succeeds Brock at Citizens' Trust Department
G. Gene Crawford II

G. Gene Crawford II, who had been CEO of First National Bank of Crossett, has returned to his hometown to succeed Robin Brock as head of trust services at Citizens Bank of Batesville.
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With Corporate Wing Sold, Legacy Capital Goes Beyond Cold-Calling This article is available only in print.

Legacy Capital Group sold its corporate benefits business to OneDigital Health & Benefits of Atlanta in late July without disclosing financial terms.
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