On Wednesday, Gov. Mike Parson appointed James P. Limbaugh of Cape Girardeau to the Southeast Missouri State University Board of Regents.
Limbaugh received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration-Marketing from Southeast, a Commercial Lending and Graduate Degree in Commercial Lending from the ABA National Commercial Lending School from the University of Oklahoma, and holds a Master of Arts in Teaching from Southeast.
He currently serves as the Cape Girardeau Regional President and Executive Vice President for Montgomery Bank. He previously served as the Executive Vice President of Planning and Business Development for the SoutheastHEALTH Regional Healthcare System.
Limbaugh is involved in the Cape Girardeau community, serving as a board chairman for the Southeast Missouri Fellowship of Christian Athletes and as a past board chair of the Cape Girardeau Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Gov. Parson announced 15 total appointments to various commissions and offices across the state on Wednesday.