By NEMS Daily Journal
COMFORT KEEPERS of Tupelo and Columbus announced recent promotions:
Julie Mitchell, client care coordinator. She is responsible for coordinating the care of clients within the Tupelo franchise area. This involves the initial and ongoing professional training of caregivers, as well as on-site visits to client residences
Traci Robinson, payroll and accounts coordinator. She is responsible for all internal payroll functions for both offices, as well as processing accounts payable and receivable. Additionally, she will provide back-up support for internal human resources, administrative and clerical functions.
• ANGELIC HILL, schedule coordinator of the Tupelo office. She is responsible for coordinating the caregiver assignments.
COLDWELL BANKER SOUTHERN REAL ESTATE recently announced several awards its agents won from the Coldwell Banker system:
Andy and Christa Estes of Tupelo were recognized as an International President’s Elite Team. Membership is awarded to the top 8 percent of all sales associates teams in North America.
Carol Kloac of Guntown qualified to join the company’s International President’s Circle. Membership is awarded to the top 5 percent of sales associates worldwide in the Coldwell Banker system.
Cindy Black, Amanda Miller and Laura Watson earned membership in the company’s International Diamond Society, a level achieved by 9 percent of all sales associates worldwide.
Buddy Coggins, Donna Bright Jackson, Marshall Jenkins, Tim Putt and Caroline Upthegrove were named members of the International Sterling Society. Memberships were awarded to the top 14 percent of all sales associates worldwide.
JEANNIE MCNINCH and WILL FISACKERLY have been promoted at BancorpSouth.
• McNinch, an Amory native, was named senior vice president and controller. She previously was senior vice president in financial reporting at BancorpSouth. She has been with the company for 10 years.
She is responsible for all financial and regulatory reporting and accounting operations.
McNinch received both a Bachelor of Professional Accountancy degree and Master of Professional Accountancy degree from Mississippi State University. She also is a certified public accountant.
• Fisackerly, a Winona native, was named senior vice president and director of corporate finance. He had been director of investor relations at BancorpSouth. He has been with the company for two years.
Fisackerly is responsible for profitability, investor relations, capital markets, transactional analysis and other corporate finance functions.
Fisackerly received a Bachelor of Accountancy degree and a Master of Professional Accountancy degree from Mississippi State University. He also is a certified public accountant.