On the Move: Bruce Adams, Chris Hanback, Mark McIntyre and more


Bruce Adams has joined Stewart Perry, general contractors, in senior management. He brings 30 years of experience in construction management with a focus on commercial, distribution and institutional projects.

• Birmingham-based National Bank of Commerce said it has added Chris Hanback, Mark McIntyre and Thomas Busby to its commercial banking team in Huntsville.

Hanback is a senior vice president and commercial banking manager, and McIntyre and Busby are both vice presidents. They all previously worked for ServisFirst Bank.

Ashley Bishop and Josh Lawrence have been promoted to store managers at Hollywood Feed’s Cahaba Village and Lee Branch Shopping Center locations, respectively.

Bishop worked for Hollywood Feed at its Memphis headquarters for three years prior to her new role. Lawrence, a Birmingham native, joined the company as an assistant store manager in March.

Cahaba Media Group said Robert Ring has joined the editorial team of Construction Business Owner, a publication aimed at contractors. He will be the magazine’s associate editor.


Banc Statements Inc., based in Birmingham, said it signed contracts with two banks for its statement printing services. The new customers are First State Bank in Lineville and First Federal Bank in Lincolnton, N.C. Both have signed three year agreements.


Lane Finch, a member in Hand Arendall’s Birmingham office, has been named program chair of the DRI Insurance Coverage and Practice Symposium in December in New York.

DRI is the international organization of 22,000 lawyers defending the interests of businesses and individuals in civil litigation.

T. Rowe Price Group Inc., the mutual fund firm, said its board of directors has elected Birmingham native Mary K. Bush as an independent director of the company. Bush is president of Bush International LLC, which advises U.S. corporations and foreign governments on international capital markets and strategic business and economic matters.


James C. Lee III, chairman and CEO of Buffalo Rock, has been named the March of Dimes 2012 Alabama Citizen of the Year.

Lee will be honored at a testimonial reception on Nov. 13 at BA Warehouse in Birmingham.

Lee and his group of Mission Chairs have set a goal of raising $325,000 for March of Dimes over the next few months.

Randy Martin Guarneri of Birmingham earned the designation of CFI-Certified Forensic Interviewer.

Guarneri passed a 15-part exam that tested his knowledge in a variety of areas.

• The “Best Lawyers in America” publication named Huie, Fernambucq Stewart LLP lawyer Clay Clark as its 2013 Birmingham Lawyer of the Year in the practice area of workers compensation law-employers.

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