Joey Magaddino has been promoted to Regional President of PeopleSouth Bank

PeoplesSouth Bank, a community bank headquartered in Colquitt, Georgia with thirty-one full service locations in Georgia, Alabama and Florida, is pleased to announce the promotion of Joey Magaddino to Regional President over Albany, Americus, Dawson, and Phenix City, Alabama.  In his new role, he will be instrumental in leading his team to pursue excellence and share our philosophy of striving to maintain an environment where the customer and prospective customer will want to bank for a lifetime.

Joey joined PeoplesSouth Bank five years ago as Albany’s City President.  In this role, he demonstrated successful business development skills and leadership skills which had a profound impact on the reputation and profit for the company.

“Joey is an extremely talented banker with strong values. He will be influential in helping our bank continue to grow and prosper.  Joey’s extensive banking knowledge and his high-quality customer service skills will add value to our customers, employees, and shareholders in the communities we serve.  Promoting Joey to the leadership team is well-deserved.” said Erin Stuckey, PeoplesSouth Bank President

Joey is an Albany native who graduated from Albany High School in 1995.  He then attended The University of Georgia – Terry College of Business where he graduated in 1999.  Joey is also a 2010 alumnus of LSU Graduate School of Banking.  He has also successfully completed Leadership Albany, Leadership Lee, South GeorgiaLEADS, and Georgia Academy for Economic Development.

Joey has served on numerous boards in the community, including Chairman of the Leesburg Chamber of Commerce, Treasurer of the Albany Tech Foundation Board of Trustees, Past President and Chairman of the Artesian City Sertoma Club, Past Vice Chairman of the Community Bankers Association Leadership Division, Past Vice Chairman of the United Way of Southwest Georgia, Past Board Member of the Albany Area Chamber of Commerce, and Past Board Member of Leadership Albany.  He was also recognized as Sertoman of the Year and was a recipient of the Albany Herald 40 Under 40 of Southwest Georgia.

Joey resides in Lee County with his wife, Jennifer, and two teenage children – daughter, Kameron and son, Alex.