South Mississippi personnel for Dec. 17

David White
David White

David White of Gulfport was elected chairman of the Memorial Hospital at Gulfport Board of Trustees, Linda Sherman of Gulfport as vice-chairman and Gary Fredericks of Gulfport as secretary/treasurer. White was appointed by the Harrison County Supervisors in 1993, Sherman in 2010 and Gary Fredericks in 2015. Other members of the board are: A.J.M. “Butch” Oustalet III, Carrolyn Hamilton, Carlos Bell and Dr. Thad Carter.

Jolene Johnson has joined Waste Pro as director of government relations and community affairs for South Mississippi and South Louisiana and will be based in South Mississippi. She spent 10 years with the City of Gulfport managing citizen requests and was a member of the city’s emergency management team. Originally from Chicago, she served in the U.S. Navy and was community liaison officer for the U.S. Embassy in Bogota, Columbia. She is a graduate of Ashford University with a master’s degree in public administration.

Hospital auxiliary volunteers for Singing River Hospital and Ocean Springs Hospital elected the 2018 officers to lead more than 100 volunteers. At Ocean Springs Hospital, Sharron Kirk will serve as auxiliary president, Henry Williams as vice president, Donna Borries as recording secretary, Dianne Gish as treasurer and Dortha Durso as corresponding secretary. Nettie Phillips was named volunteer of the year for the Ocean Springs Hospital Auxiliary.

At Singing River Hospital, Joy Mangum is president, Martha Edwards is first vice-president, Elouise Bell is second vice-president and was named volunteer of the year for Singing River Hospital, Gail Nicholson is treasure, Karen German is recording secretary, Betty Richarde is corresponding secretary, Jacqueline Chapman is parliamentarian and Ruby Alexander is historian.

Tindall Corp., a precast concrete engineering company with a location in Moss Point, announces COO Greg Force will be the new president and CEO and vice chairman William Lowndes IV is the new chairman of the Board. The changes comes as previous chairman and CEO William Lowndes III steps down to focus on special projects within the organization. Force has served as COO since 2004 after joining the company in 1988 and is a registered professional engineer in 10 states. Lowndes IV has worked at his family’s business since 1977 and is a graduate of Georgia Institute of Technology with a B.S. in Civil Engineering.