named banking executive Wesley Brown to its board.
The Monett, Mo., financial transaction processing outfit said the 51-year-old Brown is president of St. Charles Capital of Denver. He'll fill a board seat vacated by the July death of Burton George, who had been a director since 1987.
The appointment "will maintain Jack Henry's seven-member board that includes four independent outside directors and three corporate officers," the company said.
"We again extend our condolences to the George family, and want to formally acknowledge our gratitude for Burton's dedicated service and the guidance he consistently provided," CEO Jack Prim said. "While we will miss his ongoing contributions, we believe we have filled his seat with a highly qualified and enthusiastic board member."
On Wednesday, Jack Henry shares rose 20 cents to $19.11.