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Concordia Bank announces promotions

VIDALIA — The Concordia Bank & Trust Co. board of directors recently made a series of promotions.

Kim Stephens was named controller. She is a 1984 South Natchez-Adams High School graduate and a 1993 graduate of Delta State University.

Stephens has 25 years of experience in accounting and is a certified public accountant licensed in the state of Mississippi.

She is a member of the American Institute of certified public accountants.

She is a 2012 graduate of Leadership Natchez and was the 2012 Natchez representative to Discover our Town Economic Development Workshop.

She is married to Wade Stephens, and they have three daughters, Kelsey and husband Graham Roberts, Whitney Roberts and Taylor Jordan. They have two grandchildren, Madison and Jerry.

Sherry W. Kiser was named human resources officer.

She is a 1979 graduate of Kinder High School, Kinder, La., and a 1992 graduate of Copiah-Lincoln Community College. She has completed various AIB courses and has 15 years of human resources banking experience.

Kiser is a 2012 graduate of Leadership Natchez. She is a member of the Co-Lin Business Advisory Craft Committee and past chairperson and member of the Miss-Lou Relay for Life Committee. In 2011, she received the Mid-South Division American Cancer Society Community Volunteer Award.

Gale S. Stewart was named assistant cashier. She is a 1982 graduate of Wilkinson County High School and attended Jackson State University.

Stewart has 24 years of banking experience and began working for Concordia Bank, Woodville branch, in May 1999.

She is married to Jessie Stewart. She has one stepdaughter, Phaedra Stewart-Scott, and two step-granddaughters, Maiha and Madison.

She is a member of Oakhill First Zion Baptist Church and also attends Pleasant Green Baptist Church with her husband.

She is a member of the Fort Adams Chapter No. 511 Order of Eastern Star.

Sue C. Feemster was named assistant cashier.

She is a 1965 graduate of Barton High School, Barton Ark.

Feemster has completed various banking courses and has 35 years of banking experience. She began working for Concordia Bank in 2008.

She is married to Eddie Feemster. They have two children, Monica Lynch and Michael Feemster, and three grandchildren. Feemster and her husband are active members of Parkway Baptist Church and enjoy participating in the Relay for Life event.

Clare Moore was named assistant cashier.

She is a 1996 graduate of Natchez High School and attended Copiah-Lincoln Community College.

She has 15 years of banking experience. She began working for Concordia Bank in December 2001.

She is married to Matthew Moore and they have two children, Mason and Logan.

They attend Trace City Baptist Church and Clare is a Pre-school Sunday School teacher. Clare is the Cathedral Bank at School representative for Concordia Bank, and a Relay for Life branch captain for the bank.

President and CEO Patrick Biglane said he is proud and fortunate to have a great team of dedicated leaders at Concordia Bank who support the community and work so diligently for the bank in providing quality customer service.