Meridian Star

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December 8, 2013

CNB welcomes Cynthia Harris

MERIDIAN —     Citizens National Bank is pleased to welcome Cynthia M. Harris as Bank Manager of its North Meridian Banking Centre.

     Hampton Thames, Meridian Regional President, recently commented that he is extremely pleased to have Cynthia on the Citizens National team.  

    “We are fortunate to hire someone like Cynthia who has such impressive credentials," Thames said. "With 39 years of banking experience to her credit, Cynthia is respected among her peers for having an incredible work ethic: when she takes on a task, she truly gives it her all.”

    “In addition to an impressive track record when it comes to branch audits, she is also well versed in small business lending, which will be an asset to the Bank  as she serves our customers,” he added.

         Harris has most recently served as a Branch Manager and Vice President for Regions Bank’s Downtown Office in Meridian. Her community involvement includes membership in the Meridian Rotary Club, and a position on the United Way of East Mississippi’s Executive Board.  A 2012 graduate of Leadership Lauderdale, Harris also served as an Ambassador for the East Mississippi Business Development Corporation from 2012 to 2013.

       Harris and her husband, Leon, live in Meridian, and have a son and two daughters.

         Citizens National Bank is an independent, Mississippi-owned bank which has 27 bank locations throughout the state of Mississippi in cities such as Meridian, Ridgeland, Madison, Flowood, Hattiesburg, Laurel, Waynesboro, Columbus, Macon, Kosciusko, Carthage, Philadelphia, Southaven and Olive Branch.

         The bank currently has assets in excess of $1 billion and is celebrating its 125th year of operation in 2013.

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