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finance educator

Bennie Banks McNew was American finance educator. Named Distinguished Undergraduate Alumnus, School Business Administration, University Central Arkansas, 2002. President Faulkner County Singing Convention, Arkansas, 2002—2004; Member of Ward Family Singers and Gospel Music. Society (president 2002-2003), Lions (president Oxford, Mississippi 1964-1965, Edward Dalstrom Distinguished Service award 2002, Melvin Jones fellow 2003).

Background

McNew, Bennie Banks was born on November 12, 1931 in Greenbrier, Arkansas, United States. Son of Roland H. and Stella (Avery) McNew.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Arkansas State Teachers College, 1953. Master of Business Administration, University Arkansas, 1954. Doctor of Philosophy, University Texas, 1961.

Career

Assistant national bank examiner, 1954-1956. Industrial specialist Industrial Research and Extension Center University Arkansas, 1956-1959. Lecturer finance University Texas, 1959-1961.

Professor banking University Mississippi, University, 1961-1965, dean School Business Administration, 1965-1979. Dean School Business Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, 1980-1988. Professor economics and finance University Central Arkansas, Conway, 1988-1998.

Retired, 1998

Assistant director, vice president Graduate School Banking Louisiana State University, 1966—1997. With United States Army, 1950-1951.

Membership

President Faulkner County Singing Convention, Arkansas, 2002—2004. Member of Ward Family Singers and Gospel Music. Society (president 2002-2003), Lions (president Oxford, Mississippi 1964-1965, Edward Dalstrom Distinguished Service award 2002, Melvin Jones fellow 2003).

Connections

Married Bonnie Lou Stone, March 31, 1956. Children: Bonnie Banks, Mary Kathleen, William Michael.

father:
Roland H. McNew

mother:
Stella (Avery) McNew

spouse:
Bonnie Lou Stone

child:
Bonnie Banks McNew

child:
Mary Kathleen McNew

child:
William Michael McNew