Allan Baldridge has been promoted to assistant vice president, loan quality assurance analyst at FNBC of Ash Flat. He joined FNBC in 2006 and has experience with loan and credit review, including commercial loan management. Garrett Kissinger has been promoted to assistant vice president, credit analyst manager at FNBC. He joined FNBC in 2012 and has experience in credit analysis, loan portfolio management and commercial loan management.
Troy Blackston Jr. has been appointed executive vice president and chief lending officer at Today’s Bank of Huntsville. In his new role, Blackston will oversee banking operations and manage the bank’s lending program and portfolio.
Jennifer Coccarelli has joined First Service Bank of Greenbrier as a mortgage loan closer. Coccarelli has five years of experience and originally started her career at First Service as a mortgage loan assistant.
Karil Greeson has been hired as a vice president and commercial banker for the middle-market banking and specialized industries at JPMorgan Chase Commercial Banking of New York. Greeson, who will be based in Little Rock, has more than 18 years of commercial and small-business banking experience.
Angelic Martinez has joined Relyance Bank of White Hall as branch manager of the bank’s Village Square location. Martinez joins Relyance with nine years of banking experience in customer service, operations and lending. Stephanie Rodgers has been hired as branch manager of the bank’s headquarters office in White Hall. Rodgers has 13 years of experience in retail, consumer lending and commercial lending.
Adam Hope has been promoted to vice president of continuous improvement at Powers of North Little Rock. He was previously working as an industrial engineer.
Rebecca Hurst and Jim Smith have joined Conner & Winters of Tulsa as partners in the firm’s Fayetteville office. Hurst has experience in advising businesses on corporate structure, financing, mergers and acquisitions, and employment matters. Smith has experience with a variety of business matters including venture capital, private equity and angel investments.
The Odom trial team has received the Outstanding Trial Lawyer Award from the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association. The team, consisting of Alan Lane, Monte Sharits, Matt Lindsay, Hannah Hungate and Bryant Cooks, received the award for their commitment to the citizens of Arkansas in the courtroom, specifically in their work to protect the right to a civil jury trial.
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