Rogers Named Senior Ag Officer At Peoples Bank
Dennis Ammann, President and Chief Executive Officer of Peoples Bank, today announced that Doug Rogers, Senior Vice President, has been named Senior Agricultural Officer at the bank. In his new role, Rogers will sit on the bank’s Internal Loan Committee and help develop and set the agri-business lending policies and priorities for the bank.
Working out of the bank’s Collins Office, Rogers is the 2003 Farmer of the Year in Mississippi and won the National Stocker Award in 2006. He is a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree. He later earned his Masters degree in Business Administration from the University of Southern Mississippi and completed studies at the Mississippi School of Banking, conducted at the University of Mississippi. While there, he was named Top Graduate in 2009.
Rogers is a member of the Mississippi Cattlemen’s Association and the America-International Charolais Association and the Covington County Chamber of Commerce.
He and his wife, Melissa, have two children: Tanner and Taylor Ann.
“Throughout his career, Doug has consistently worked towards our goals of looking out for the farmers and ranchers in our communities,” Ammann said. “Doug’s knowledge of local agricultural issues will help the bank better serve and protect our farm customers. I am confident our Ag Lending program is in good hands and that the service we provide area farmers and ranchers will be unsurpassed.”