Heritage Southeast Bank Hires DeeDee McIntyre as First Vice President, Senior SBA and USDA Lender

Heritage Southeast Bank announced today that it has hired DeeDee McIntyre as First Vice President, Senior SBA & USDA Lender. She will be responsible for generating new Small Business Administration (SBA) and United States Department of Agriculture Business and Industry loan opportunities for the bank. She will be based at the bank’s corporate office in McDonough, GA.

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DeeDee McIntyre, First Vice President, Senior SBA & USDA Lender (Photo: Business Wire)

McIntyre is an accomplished business-focused banker who specializes in government guaranteed lending programs. She has worked in SBA and commercial lending positions throughout her career and recently served on the University of Georgia Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Statewide Advisory Council. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration and Accounting from Piedmont College and a Master of Business Administration in Supply Chain Management from Clayton State

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USDA awards Rural Business Development grants to Ga. cities

ATHENS, Ga., (WALB)The Trump Administration announced Tuesday that the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is awarding 16 grants, totaling $1,384,000, for rural business development and job creation in Georgia. Funding comes from the Rural Business Development Grant program.

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“This program is vital for workforce development, business development and job creation,” said Joyce White, USDA Rural Development state director. “It can be used by technical colleges to modernize classroom equipment to train a technically skilled workforce, and small towns renovate business centers, start business incubators and expand opportunities with this program. Under the leadership of President Trump and Agriculture Secretary Perdue, USDA continues to be a strong partner with rural communities, because we know that when rural America thrives, all of America thrives.”


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White announced projects in Ben Hill, Camden, Coffee, Cook, Lincoln, Lumpkin, Meriwether, Seminole, Stephens, Towns,

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