Bryan County resident Michele Henderson has been elected to the Southeastern Bank Board of Directors. In
announcing Michele's election, Con Holland, president of Southeastern Bank, stated:
"Michele's extensive experience as an attorney in the coastal region and involvement in
the local business community give her a unique perspective on the Company's markets.
Our Board will greatly benefit from Michele's insight and experience."
Originally from Muscatine, Iowa, Henderson is a graduate of the University of
Georgia School of Law and has been providing legal services in Richmond Hill and the
surrounding area since 1986. She serves as the managing member of the Henderson Law
Firm, LLC, which specializes in residential real estate but also handles wills, probates
and other legal issues. Henderson is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and the
Atlantic Judicial Bar Association.
In addition to her work as an attorney, Henderson is a member of the Richmond Hill
Rotary Club, which she helped found, serving as its first president. She is also a former
chairperson and director of the Richmond Hill-Bryan County Chamber of Commerce and
has been active in numerous other political, government and civic affairs.
Henderson and her husband, Toby Roberts, have seven children and seven grandchildren.
She and her husband are members of the Richmond Hill United Methodist Church. In
her spare time, Henderson enjoys cooking and spending time with family and friends.
Southeastern Bank, headquartered in Darien, has offices in coastal Georgia and
north Florida. The bank will soon open new offices at Eulonia and on St. Simons Island.