Wesson woman named to industry achievement clubPublished 10:00pm Saturday, August 2, 2014
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The Mississippi Bankers Association annually honors Mississippians with an astounding 40 years of service to the banking profession. At its 2014 Annual Convention, the Mississippi Bankers Association recognized Trustmark’s own Marilyn Britt as a member of this highly-regarded 40-Year Club.
A native of Wesson, Britt studied business at Copiah-Lincoln Community College. She is a member of the American Institute of Banking and holds a certificate from this organization. Britt is an Assistant Vice President and Branch Manager of the Wesson Branch.
“Marilyn exhibits the qualities of a dedicated associate, someone who takes a sincere interest in her customers and colleagues. She demonstrates her loyalty to Trustmark daily and is a true asset to the organization,” Joe B. Madden, Trustmark’s community bank president in Hazlehurst, said. “With 40 years of banking experience, Marilyn is very knowledgeable in the banking industry and is a great example for his fellow associates to follow.”
Britt is the president of the Wesson Chamber of Commerce, chairman of the board of trustees for the Copiah Jefferson Regional Library and president of the Wesson Friends of the Library. She is a member of the American Legion Auxiliary and the Wesson Garden Club. Previously, she served as member of the Copiah-Lincoln Community College Workforce Council, Copiah County Relay for Life and Keep Copiah County Beautiful. She was a committee member for the Wesson Team City.
She and her husband, Clifford, have two children and are members of Sylvarena Baptist Church, where she is an assistant Sunday school teacher and WMU treasurer.