Recent hires and promotions were announced for the Medical Center.
Angela Couch, RN, has been promoted to manager of the O/Med surgery unit. She previously served as a floor nurse at OSUMC.
Bridgett Wyatt, RN, has been named assistant manager of .
Wyatt previously served as a clinical coordinator in .
Chuck Lucia has been named general manager of food and nutrition services. Lucia joins the Medical Center nutritional services team and has over 30 years of experience.
Mike Van Trease has been named facilities manager of Medical Center. He brings more than 20 years of industry experience.
Lisa Morris, RN, , , has been named manager of medical surgery, specializing in cardiology and oncology. She previously was house supervisor and an nurse at Medical Center.
ONEOK, Inc. announced that Neal F. Lehman has joined the company as vice president of compliance and ethics.
In this new position, Lehman will have oversight responsibility for the companywide compliance with rules, regulations and laws and for the development and implementation of continuing companywide compliance and ethics training.
Lehman graduated from Grove City College in Grove City, Penn., and earned his juris doctorate from St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio, Texas.
Littlefield Brand Develop-ment announced four new hires advancing the company’s efforts in and around interactive and public relations marketing. The new hires extend Littlefield’s team to more than 30 employees.
“We continue to experience strong growth as we drive forward efforts with account planning, interactive and public relations,” says David Littlefield, and president of Littlefield Brand Development. “Our momentum in these areas is attracting great people and I’m delighted to welcome our latest team members.”
Joining Littlefield includes Casey Schoelen, associate brand planner; Katy Kite, graphic designer; Michael Eng, director of user experience; and Kelly Fiddner, marketing and community relations manager.
Littlefield Brand Development builds strong brands by uncovering the key reasons why some customers buy and others don’t.
Learfield Sports Golden Hurricane Sports Properties recently named Will Syring account executive, to work closely with General Manager Brian McKinnell on all multimedia rights activity for University of Tulsa Athletics.
Prior to joining the Tulsa-based Golden Hurricane Sports Properties team, Syring was an athlete recruiter for Imani Sports in Minneapolis, Minn. Before that, he was a business development manager for Kilsyth Basketball in Melbourne, Australia. Syring studied international business at Southern Cross University in Lismore, Australia and graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
NORDAM Chairman of the Board Ken Lackey announced the addition of rental-car industry leader Bill Lobeck and local attorney J. Terrell Siegfried to the aerospace firm’s board of directors.
Lobeck is a past president and of Thrifty Car Rental, and in 1981, Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group was formed under his leadership.
Siegfried is an attorney with Hall Estill in Tulsa, where his primary areas of practice include corporate, commercial, bankruptcy, tax, trust and estate law.
Headquartered in Tulsa, The NORDAM Group is one of the largest independently owned aerospace companies in the world.
Financial Advisor Joseph Kidwell recently announced that the Edward Jones office located at 5053 S. Yale Ave. was ranked as one of the top ten service providers in the region.
This honor was bestowed based on the results of a spring survey in which random clients were asked to rank the service they received from the staffs of their local Edward Jones offices.
The survey identified their office as providing some of the most exemplary client service within the firm.