W. Davis Malone, CEO of MidSouth Bank and Chairman of the Board of MidSouth Bancorporation, recently announced that local bankers Samantha Miller and Curtis Williams have joined MidSouth Bank. Miller and Williams will serve as commercial loan officers for the bank’s Panama City office.
A graduate of Mosley High School, Miller has over fifteen years of financial experience with expertise in commercial lending, community banking, bank operations, business development and branch management. She is a 2013 graduate of the Florida School of Banking. Throughout her career, she has been active in a host of civic and charitable activities. Miller is currently a board member for the Children’s Home Society of the Emerald Coast and for the Southport Elementary School PTO board, where she serves as treasurer. A 2010 graduate of Leadership Bay, she participated in the Boys and Girls Club of Bay County as a 2015 Prom Queen candidate for the organization’s Second Chance Prom fundraiser. Miller and her husband, Jody, are members of First Baptist Church of Deerpoint Lake and are the parents of three children, Karmyn, Kaitlyn, and Jakob.
Williams brings over ten years of experience to his new position at MidSouth Bank, having worked in commercial credit analysis, commercial lending, loan administration, branch management and business development. He is a graduate of Bay High School and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in finance from Florida State University. Active as a member of Bay Young Professionals and HYPE, Williams is a 2005-06 graduate of Leadership Bay. In addition, he serves on the board of directors for the United Way of Northwest Florida. As a member of the St. Andrews Bay Yacht Club, he is treasurer for the organization’s board of directors. Williams and his wife Kristina are active members of Hiland Park Baptist Church and have one son, Gracen Scott.
Bay County Market President Ryan Davis said, “We are so happy to welcome Samantha and Curtis to our team of bankers serving the Panama City community. Both of them have excellent reputations for providing outstanding customer service as lenders and for being committed supporters of our local organizations and activities as good citizens. As a community bank, we value these qualities and look forward to working together with Samantha and Curtis to serve our Bay County customers.”
Founded in 1912 and proud of its 100-year-old history, MidSouth Bank currently manages assets approaching $400 million with locations in Ashford, Dothan, Eufaula, Clayton, and Auburn, Alabama and Panama City and Fort Walton Beach, Florida.