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first_img Ramage succeeds his father, James T. (Jimmy) Ramage III in both capacities. Jimmy Ramage will continue as chairman of the board. The CFO position to which Peters was named is a new position within the bank.Jimmy Ramage said that, as the bank moves forward into a new phase of its history and in light of the evolving nature of the banking industry, the Board believed it was the proper time to name John Ramage as president and CEO and Peters as CFO.“I concur completely that the changing face of banking is such that these two individuals are an excellent fit for the future of The First National Bank and that, through their diligence over the years, they have certainly earned these promotions,” Jimmy Ramage said. “This is a new era and there have been many changes in the banking industry in the last three or four years. This was a good time to transfer the leadership because John has the knowledge, the experience and the technical attributes to lead First National Bank forward. He will serve the people well.” PASSING THE TORCH John Ramage was elected FNB president and CFO, taking the place of his father, Jimmy Ramage in both positions. Jimmy Ramage will continue to serve FNB as board chair.John Ramage elected First National Bank president and CEOThe First National Bank torch has been passed from father to son.At the annual meeting of the shareholders of the First National Bank on Feb. 26, John R. Ramage was elected president and chief executive officer and Rhonda Peters was named chief financial officer. Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration By The Penny Hoarder Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits Email the author By Jaine Treadwell Ramage said the transfer was the natural progression for the bank.“My grandfather, James T. Ramage founded First National Bank of Brundidge in 1904 when he was only 29 years old,” Ramage said. “I’m proud to have John as president and CEO of the bank his great grandfather founded.”John Ramage said he is both excited and humbled by the confidence that his dad and the board have placed in him.“And what better way than to have the torch passed from your hero,” Ramage said. “My dad didn’t have that opportunity. His dad had passed away. I am honored by the opportunity that I have. Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies Are… You Might Like Fast rising gas prices hit home Troy University senior biology major, Clark Gully, shopped around for the best gas prices on Friday afternoon before pumping gas… read morecenter_img Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Published 11:23 pm Monday, March 4, 2013 Print Article Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Book Nook to reopen “But the title doesn’t put food on the table. It’s all about work, about responsibility. It’s about trust. The money doesn’t belong to the bank. It belongs to the people. What we do is all about working with people.”Ramage didn’t hesitate in saying that his hope was to one day be the president and CEO of First National Bank.“Certainly,” he said. “I always wanted to come back home. It was my goal and my wife, Missy’s goal, to come home and raise our family in a small town. We wanted our children to have the same kind of experiences that we had growing up.”Ramage came home to Brundidge and banking in 1997.He said he is right where he wants to be and happily doing what he wants to do.Community involvement and community service are important to Ramage. His is actively involved in the Brundidge and Pike County communities.He is chairman of the Pike County Economic Development Corporation and a board member of the Pike County Chamber of Commerce and the Troy-Pike Cultural Arts Center. He is a past president of the Brundidge Business Association and a member of the Pike County Cattlemen’s Association, the Pike County Young Professionals and the Troy Rotary Club.Education is also a top priority for Ramage and he has served on the Pike Liberal Arts School Foundation Board of Trustees. He is currently the executive vice president of the University of Alabama National Alumni Board.Ramage is involved in banking organizations as a past chair of the Leadership Community Bankers. He is a member of the Community Bankers Advisory Board and the Alabama Small Business Capital Loan Committee.He is an active member of the Brundidge United Methodist Church.Ramage, his wife, Missy and their daughters, Riley, Mary and Amy, make their home in Brundidge.Peters joined The First National Bank in 1989. She left for a four-year span from 2004-08 while affiliated with National Security Group, Inc. She most recently served as a senior vice president and secretary to the board, positions she has held since 2008.Peters is a graduate of Zion Chapel High School and Troy University. She earned the designation of a certified treasury professional (CTP) in 2007. She is a member of the Association for Financial Professionals.Peters and her husband, Jimmy, have two sons, Luke and Landan, and a daughter-in-law, Torie and a grandchild, Addison Peters.She is a member of St. John Baptist Church where she is the organist. Sponsored Content Latest Stories Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Diabetes (Watch)Blood Sugar BlasterIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? 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first_img… will join elite ranks including Hooper, Harper, GibbsBy Clifton RossJAGUARS bowling wizard Veerasammy Permaul could be the next Guyanese spinner to achieve 500 first-class wickets, thus joining an elite panel of legends to achieve such a feat.With 486 wickets from his 113 Regional 4-Day games played, to date, the 30-year-old is among the leading bowlers in the Region and one of the most successful spinners to come from Guyana.Heading into today’s start of the 2020 Regional 4-Day tournament, Permaul could easily break the 500-wicket mark, given his customary knack of taking a number of wickets, coupled with his personal record his 26 5-wicket and 5 10-wicket career hauls.The out-of-favour Windies Test/ODI bowler ended a modest last season with 42 wickets from the 10 rounds played, second overall behind leading wicket-taker Rakeem Cornwall (54). With just 14 needed to reach 500 wickets, it is likely that the former Guyana skipper could join the ranks of some of Guyana and West Indies’ most legendary bowlers in no time.The Berbician is already miles ahead of the contemporary spin duo of Neil McGarrell and Mahendra Nagamootoo, both of whom represented Guyana and West Indies with much pride and passion during the 90s into the 2000s.Nagamootoo, the leg-spinner ended with 370 wickets from his 102 1st class matches played while McGarrell, a left-arm spinner, similar to Permaul, ended with just 276 wickets from 84 games.Already Guyana’s most successful spinner within the last 5 years, Permaul’s rampage over the past few seasons has also allowed him to surpass spin-partner in Devendra Bishoo, who currently sits on 382 wickets and could be another Guyanese to end with a career 500 victims before he hangs up the boots.Going into the archives of the spin-bowling legends, however, Permaul has even managed to eclipse former Guyana and Windies off-spinner Clyde Butts.Butts, who played 7 Tests for the West Indies in the 80s, snapped up 348 wickets at the Regional first- class level.Despite his annual returns of 40 wickets or more, dating back to the last 5 seasons, the former Windies Test spinner now eyes elite company as he approaches the magical 500 tally. Should he reach his landmark, Permaul will sit among the likes of Carl Hooper, Lance Gibbs and Roger Harper as the other spinners to have 500 or more wickets at that level.Hooper, a former Guyana and Windies all-rounder, yielded 555 1st class wickets from his right-arm off-break when he ended his career. Harper, Guyana’s ex-captain and one of the premier limited overs off-spinners during the 80s, ended with 146 international wickets; 46 from Test and 100 from ODIs.Harper, the current Windies Chief Selector captured 567 wickets from his 200 games played. Meanwhile Gibbs, arguably Guyana’s greatest spinner and the first bowler to reach 300 Test wickets, wreaked havoc during his days in operation as he bagged a whopping 1 024 wickets by the time his playing days were over in the 70s.Outside of the legends, Jamaica Scorpion’s Nikita Miller (538 wickets) and former Windies and Windward Volcanoes off-spinner Shane Shillingford (572 wickets) who was banned from bowling domestically in January of 2019 for illegal action; are the only two active spinners leading Permaul with regard to wickets taken.Meanwhile, given Permaul’s youth and being one of the fittest players in the Jaguars squad and Caribbean, it is likely that the Guyanese spin ace will find himself in the 500 Club by the end of the 2020 first-class season.last_img read more