MURFREESBORO, Tenn. – MidSouth Bank has announced the addition of three Rutherford County professionals to its board of directors – Brian Kidd, Dr. Max Lee Moss, Jr., and Steve Steele. They join a group of bank directors who all live and work in Rutherford County.
Kidd, a certified public accountant (CPA), is the assistant controller in the financial reporting and tax area of National Healthcare Corporation (NHC). Prior to joining NHC in 2008, he had 10 years of public accounting experience serving clients in middle Tennessee and the southeast region.
Kidd also serves on the boards of The Discovery Center at Murfree Spring, Candle Wishes Foundation, The One Hundred Club of Rutherford County, Inc., and Main Street Murfreesboro/Rutherford County. He received a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Middle Tennessee State University.
“We welcome Brian’s leadership to our board,” said Lee Moss, MidSouth Bank’s chairman and CEO. “His solid financial background, community involvement and board experience will play a critical role as MidSouth Bank plans for future growth and more ways to serve our customers and our community.”
Dr. Moss is a radiologist with Midstate Radiology, Inc., and on the medical staff at Middle Tennessee Medical Center. He is a trustee of the Murfreesboro City Schools Foundation and currently serves as secretary of the Murfreesboro Soccer Club. Moss is also involved in local real estate acquisition and development.
“Dr. Moss is an excellent choice to serve on our board of directors,” said Lee Moss, MidSouth Bank’s chairman and CEO. “We look to leaders who have expertise in issues relevant to our community. With experience in healthcare and real estate development, Max can provide valuable insights and help MidSouth better support these key industries as our bank and community continue to grow.”
Steele is vice president and partner in Huddleston-Steele Engineering, Inc. He currently serves on the boards of the United Way of Rutherford and Cannon Counties and Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce, as well as on the Session of First Presbyterian Church of Smyrna. Previously, Steele served as president of the Boys and Girls Club of Rutherford County and as a director of the Linebaugh Library, Bank of the South and Mid-America Bankshares, Inc.
“Steve will add unique insight to our board of directors,” said Lee Moss, MidSouth Bank’s chairman and CEO. “Not only is he a successful businessman, his active involvement on the boards of local organizations gives him perspective on issues relevant to the community. He also has previous director experience with community banks so he will be instrumental in helping us set priorities for strategic growth.”