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Chattahoochee named to ‘Top 200 Healthiest Banks’
Chattahoochee Bank of Georgia is on DepositAccounts’ list of “Top 200 Healthiest Banks in America” for a second straight year.
The Gainesville bank located at 643 E.E. Butler Parkway ranks No. 23 of 6,998 federally insured banks and is one of 49 banks to be on the list for the second year in a row.
The group said Chattahoochee received an A+ grade in all of its primary evaluation categories: Texas Ratio, deposit growth and capitalization. Texas Ratio is a measure of “overall credit troubles experienced by financial institutions.”
Chattahoochee Bank of Georgia has also been on Bauer Financial Inc.’s “Recommended Bank Report” for 19 consecutive quarters, including a five-star rating for the past 12 quarters. To be listed on the report, a bank must be financially sound and operate well above regulatory capital requirements.
Gainesville resident named agency’s training director
Gainesville resident Marcia McIntyre has been named director of training and professional development at the newly created Georgia Department of Community Supervision.
McIntyre is a 28-year veteran of the Georgia Department of Corrections.
She will oversee daily operations at the department’s training academy, DCS basic training classes, continuing education and professional development classes for the approximately 2,000 sworn department personnel.
DCS is tasked with eliminating redundancies, streamlining services and enhancing communication between the probation and parole divisions of state government. The new agency begins operations July 1, when the next fiscal year begins.
McIntyre has a bachelor’s of science degree in criminal justice from the University of West Georgia and a master’s of public administration from Columbus State University.
She is an adjunct instructor for the Georgia Law Enforcement Command College and Thomas University’s criminal justice program.