City Bank and Trust Co. announce three new members to Board of Directors

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City Bank and Trust Company Chairman of the Board Joe Pierson Jr. announced the selection of three local residents, LeAnn Causey-Boyd, PharmD, Chris Guillet and Mickey Hennigan to the Bank’s Board of Directors.

Mrs. Boyd, a native of Natchitoches, is a summa cum laude graduate from the University of Louisiana at Monroe holding a Doctor of Pharmacy degree who completed a primary care residency with the University of Mississippi Medical Center. She and her husband, Steve, are founding partners of Southern Scripts where she serves as Chief Executive Officer. Prior to the founding of Southern Scripts, she, her husband and her father, owned and operated pharmacies in the retail and long-term care environments providing home infusion, compounding, specialty pharmacy and the Pills In A Pouch medication packaging program. She holds a deep passion for redefining pharmacy benefit management and developing innovative models for the self-insured employer market.

She has been a speaker at numerous national meetings, conferences and symposiums and has held board members seats for the Louisiana Drug Utilization Review, the Louisiana pharmacist Association, the American Pharmacist Association Policy committee and as Louisiana’s representative to the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy’s Legislative Action Advisory Board. Currently serving on the Northwestern State University College of Business Advisory Board, Boyd has over a decade of experience in health care with an emphasis in the pharmaceutical area. She and her husband reside in Natchitoches with their three children, Landon, Lilly Ann and Lacey.

Chris Guillett is a member of the law firm Corkern, Crews, Guillett and Johnson, LLC. A native of Natchitoches, Chris graduated form Natchitoches Central High School in 1987 and from Louisiana State University in 1991. He spent a number of years in the Dallas area in the real estate industry handling land acquisitions throughout the Southeast for Fairfield Residential, Inc. He obtained his law degree from LSU in 1999 with the designation of Order of the Coif. Following graduation, Chris and his wife, Lisa, moved to Lake Charles where he joined the firm Cofield, Gerard, Veron, Singletary and Pohorelsky.

He returned to Natchitoches in April of 2005 to enter private practice. In 2007 he joined the Corkern, Crews, Guillett and Johnson firm where he focuses on the needs of individuals and small business. In addition to his civil practices, he serves as an Assistant District Attorney for Natchitoches Parish. Chris, his wife, and their four children attend the Minor Basilica of the Immaculate Conception.

Mickey Hennigan, a graduate of Natchitoches High School, who recently retired from City Bank as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, also graduated Northwestern State University with a B.S. in Business Administration with a minor in mathematics and accounting. He began his banking career with City Bank in 1976 and worked his way through the bank as teller, assistant cashier, cashier and Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. His career spanned four decades with the bank until his retirement in December of last year.

He is married to the former Cheryl Keyser and the couple have three children, Tiffany Woodel of Natchitoches, Leslie Baiamonte of Stonewall and Dr. Stephanie Hennigan Brockway of Rockwall, Texas; and five grandchildren, Vincent, Paige, Maggie, Grace and Fiona. A member of Minor Basilica of Immaculate Conception, Hennigan enjoys hunting, fishing, cooking and gardening.