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Olga Morgan’s Accomplishments Are ‘Vydayushciysya’

By BOB LEWIS

The tongue-twister in the headline is Russian for “outstanding,” a word that reflects the accomplishments of a woman who came to the United States from that country and has earned a place as one of the most credentialed professionals in Oklahoma’s financial services industry.

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Joe Robson Honored by Home Builders

Tulsa-based builder and developer Joe Robson has received the National Housing Center’s 2017 Exemplary Service to Home Building Award. Robson served on the leadership team of the National Association of Home Builders’ Board of Directors for five years and was NAHB Chairman in 2009.

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Business and People Notes November 2017

Schnake Turnbo Frank, a strategic communications and management consulting firm with offices in Tulsa and Oklahoma City, has announced the recent election of Steve Turnbo as chairman of the Oklahoma Judicial Nominating Commission (JNC), effective immediately.

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Osage Casino Hosts Topping Off for Tulsa Location

Osage Casino and Crossland Construction Company recently hosted a ceremony to top off the Tulsa Casino and Hotel, 951 W. 36th St. N., a $150 million project with full construction expected to be completed in fall 2018. The project, once complete, will create a 240,000-square-foot casino and new 75,000-square-foot hotel, designed by Marnell Architecture, the firm that designed The Bellagio and Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

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Chris Wallace to Speak at Tulsa Business Forums

Award-winning journalist and host of FOX News Sunday Chris Wallace will come to Tulsa to present at the 2017-18 Tulsa Business Forums speaker series from 10-11:30 a.m. Nov. 1 at the Mabee Center.

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Business and People Notes

The Oklahoma Business Roundtable, at its recent annual meeting in Tulsa, elected Rob Martinovich, ONEOK, Inc., Tulsa, as chairman of the organization for 2017-2018.

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SW Airlines Donates to Spartan

Southwest Airlines donate a CFM56-3B1 engine to the Tulsa-based Spartan College of Aeronautics & Technology.  The CFM56-3B1 is a high by-pass turbofan engine featured in Southwest’s 737-300 and 737-500 series aircraft. Spartan will house the engine at its north Tulsa campus, using it to enhance student-learning outcomes in Turbine Engine classes.

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Downtown Tulsa Revitalization Continues

The Tulsa Performing Arts Center (PAC) Trust approved the sale and development contract of the PAC surface parking lot located directly east of the PAC at Second Street and Cincinnati Avenue, paving the way for mixed-use development, including a proposed market, retail shops and apartments.

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OSU Sets Impressive List for Tulsa Business Forums

Chris Wallace, Tim DuBois and Moria Forbes will be the featured presenters for the 2017-18 Tulsa Business Forums, presented annually by the Spears School of Business along with corporate sponsors.

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Lobeck Taylor Announces Mother Road Market

The Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation (LTFF) recently celebrated 20 years of service to the Tulsa community.

With its anniversary celebration, the foundation announced its planned $5.5 million foodie destination in the historic 1939 Scrivner-Stevens Grocery building at 11th Street and Lewis Avenue, along Route 66.

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Business and People Notes Sept. 2017

The Rotary Club of Tulsa, which is one of the largest rotary clubs in the world, has elected Michael H. Homan as 2017-2018 president.

Homan, a vice president and office manager for Terracon, has been a member of Rotary since 1991.

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Coding Dojo Opens Campus in Downtown Tulsa

Coding school Coding Dojo celebrated its grand opening at 36 Degrees North in downtown Tulsa in August.

Coding Dojo’s opening in Tulsa marks its seventh nationwide location. Its other campuses are in Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Seattle, Silicon Valley and Washington, D.C.

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Electric Bike Shop Opens in Jenks

By EMILY RAMSEY

The first electric bicycle store in the greater Tulsa area opened in August at the Jenks Riverwalk Crossing.

Jenks High School graduate Matt Burkhart and his wife, Katherine, decided to open up a Pedego Electric Bikes location after riding the bikes in California earlier this year. Pedego Electric Bikes was founded in 2008 in California.

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Shop Brings ‘Systers’ Together

By MEAGAN COLLINS

It’s not every day two sisters who enjoy each other’s company get to run a company together. Diana Pierson and Jane Sundgren do just that.

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Ground Broken for Oklahoma’s First Hotel Indigo

Hotel Indigo representatives hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the $18 million dollar hotel in the Blue Dome District in downtown Tulsa in June.

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