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17th President of Bank of Columbia joins list of great leaders

Related: Mark Dykes named 17th President of Bank of Columbia

From Chris Quinn, CEO
Bank of Columbia
  1. Thomas Tyler Alexander
  2. Unknown
  3. William H Walker
  4. Unknown
  5. Herschell Clay Baker
  6. James Garnett, Sr
  7. William Wallace Jones
  8. Rollin T. Hurt
  9. Fred Paul Hill
  10. Samuel Murray Suddath
  11. Joseph Allen Dudley
  12. Richard Paul Hill
  13. T.P. "Cotton" Phelps
  14. Glenn Keen
  15. Wanda F. Hill
  16. Robert W. Flowers
  17. Mark A Dykes
The list actually produces a double feature mystery: Wonder if anyone knows, or has a good lead, on the names of the two unknown Bank of Columbia Presidents.

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