Business and People Notes

Medical Center has promoted Amy Stanley to clinical resource manager. She has worked at Medical Center for eight years, serving as house supervisor and transfer coordinator.

Also earning a promotion at Medical Center is Shapley Bates, who has been promoted to assistant clinical resource manager. Bates has worked for Medical Center since 2003, previously as an clinical coordinator.

Air Power Systems Company (APSCO, Inc.), a global manufacturer of pneumatic cylinder valves and control solutions, announces the promotion of Rebecca Reynolds and the addition of Randy L. Parker and Jennifer Corn.

Rebecca Reynolds has been promoted to sales manager of the Midwest. She has worked with the company for seven years in inside sales, helping the company grow from 30 to 50 employees. As Midwest sales manager, her sales territory will include Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.

Randy L. Parker joins APSCO as controller. He has more than 14 years of experience in the manufacturing industry. Parker holds an from Missouri State University and a bachelor’s degree in business and accounting from College of the Ozarks.

Jennifer Corn has been added to the sales team at Winter-Fab, a subsidiary of APSCO. She has experience in the machine shop, purchasing and sales areas and is proficient in manufacturing processes and technology.

Kinnee Tilly has joined the Broken Arrow Economic Development Corporation as senior vice president of economic development. Tilly is an economic development professional with nearly five years of economic development experience in the Tulsa area.

Tilly formerly served as vice president of business retention, expansion and small business for the Tulsa Metro Chamber, where she helped companies find opportunities for growth and face challenges.

Tilly obtained a B.A. from Lindenwood College in St. Charles, Mo., and a master’s from the University of Oklahoma.

Wes Smithwick, president & of the Broken Arrow Economic Development Corporation says, “We’re excited to welcome Kinnee, because we know she’ll continue the excellent work already happening in Broken Arrow. Her expertise and outstanding relationships will continue our positive momentum into the future.”

Tulsa-based Oklahoma CyberKnife has added Dr. Joshua Garren to its staff of physicians certified to treat patients with CyberKnife, a noninvasive full-body cancer treatment system.

Dr. Garren comes to Oklahoma Cyberknife from the Lahey Clinic in Boston, where he led the radiosurgery program for more than eight years. A board-certified radiation oncologist, Dr. Garren received his training from Brown University, where he worked on the first radiosurgery system in New England, and his neurosurgery training from New York University.

Dr. Garren underwent an extensive multi-phase training program required of radiation oncologists to receive CyberKnife certification.

Waller & Company Public Relations announces the addition of Amber Remke, , to its PR and marketing team as executive account manager/director of marketing.

In her new role, Remke will lead several of the firm’s health care and professional services accounts, providing strategic C-Suite communications consulting, developing integrated PR and marketing strategies, and assisting with customer satisfaction analysis. Remke will also be responsible for the firm’s marketing efforts.
Remke earned her master’s degree in mass communications from Oklahoma State University in 2011.

Prior to joining Waller, Remke worked in marketing at HireRight, formerly , for eight years. In addition, Remke was an account executive with Saint Francis Health System.

Green Country Marketing Association has named Diane Roach sales director. Roach began her career in tourism in 1987 at the Bartlesville Chamber of Commerce under Jackie Stewart, director of tourism at that time. Currently, Stewart is executive director of Green Country.

As sales director, Roach will be responsible for selling ads for Green Country’s publications and will review and develop new marketing campaigns in conjunction with members.

Littlefield Brand Development announces the hiring of Clint Baxter as an information technology specialist. Baxter will manage the agency’s computer systems and support a variety of other office technologies.

“Being an IT specialist isn’t only about troubleshooting the electronic hiccups in our office,” Baxter says. “It’s about maximizing the potential of our technology and optimizing our tools for both the agency and our clients.”

Baxter comes to Littlefield with more than 10 years of experience in the IT industry. Baxter’s previous employment includes time as a Mac Genius with Apple, Inc., an IT consultant with Jackson Technical, and working as a web designer, developer and videographer at Central Tech.

Trust Company of Oklahoma has hired Ben R. Byers as a senior vice president.
Byers has been in the banking and trust industry for 35 years. Before joining , Byers spent eight years as a senior vice president at Heritage Trust Company in Oklahoma City. Prior to that, he was a personal trust manager for Bank of Oklahoma in Oklahoma City.

Byers earned his bachelor’s degree from The University of Oklahoma in 1973. In addition, he is a Leadership Oklahoma City Class IV graduate.

Integrated Business Technol-ogies () announces the addition of David Evans to the service team.

As a service manager, Evans will oversee the service department, which assists clients with computer repairs and network issues. The department also proactively monitors client accounts to diagnose and correct problems before they start.
Before joining , Evans was a technical manager for Josten’s Learning, where he installed computer labs and software systems in schools across Oklahoma. Evans also holds numerous computer certifications.

Saxum, an integrated marketing communications agency offering public relations, advertising and digital services, announces the hiring of Lou Ann Lissonnet as senior account executive in the agency’s Tulsa office.

As senior account executive, Lissonnet is responsible for providing strategic counsel and ensuring high-quality integrated communications plans for clients, including media relations, community relations, event planning and research. She previously was with L PR and events, where she oversaw and implemented strategic public relations campaigns

Lissonnet was named to Tulsa Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 in 2011 and received a Tulsey Award in 2009. She is a member of the City of Tulsa Entrepreneurship and Small Business committee and a volunteer with the Pet Adoption League and American Diabetes Association. She has a bachelor’s degree in journalism and broadcasting from Oklahoma State University.

Mayor Dewey Bartlett announces that Michael Radoff has been hired as the customer care director for the City of Tulsa.

Radoff will provide direction in the leadership, planning, managerial and administrative work for the City’s Customer Care Center, which is a consolidation of the Mayor’s Action Center and Utilities Services Call Center. He also will lead the City’s progress toward the goal of creating a 3-1-1 call center, establishing one phone number for customer information inquiries.

Radoff has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, and call center manager certification from the Purdue University College of Call Center Excellence.

Updated 08-27-2012

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