Trustmark promotes two
Trustmark recently announced the promotion of two employees at the Brookhaven main office
Amy Watridge has been promoted to assistant vice president, and Martha Wilbert has been promoted to first vice president. Watridge previously served as a retail banker, and Wilbert previously served as a senior retail banker.
Watridge has 25 years of banking experience. She attended Hinds Community College and is a graduate of the Mississippi School of Banking.
Watridge is involved in various community and professional organizations, including accounting chair for the Relay for Life of Copiah-Lincoln County, Brookhaven Lions Club, Mississippi Scholars, Mississippi Bankers Association and Brookhaven—Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce. She and her family attend Clear Branch Baptist Church.
Wilbert has 42 years of banking experience. She completed the Mississippi School of Banking and the Graduate School of Banking at Louisiana State University.
Wilbert is involved in various community and professional organizations, including board of trustees member for King’s Daughters Medical Center and KDMC Foundation, as well as member of the Willing Hearts Circle, the Mississippi Bankers Association and the Chamber of Commerce. She also serves as an Adopt-A-School coordinator, Mississippi Scholars presenter and is a member of Center Street Church of Christ.