Waller & Company Public Relations, Inc. has announced the promotion of Haley Downing to the role of account manager. Downing joined the firm in mid-September of 2009 as account coordinator. She coordinates the Lafarge Tulsa Cement Plant Oklahoma Rocks and Minerals program, is a team member on the Cancer Center Treatment of America account and manages mobile applications for firm clients.
Many couples make plans for retirement living, but all too often the plans are continually pushed ahead for years. This pattern is very common for individuals who are 65 or even 95 years old.
COMMUNICATION PROFESSIONALS: From left, Beth Turner, Shelley Campbell, Sue Woodward and President Joy Jenkins met recently at Harwelden Mansion to begin plotting this year’s theme for the Association for Women in Communications’ 8th Annual Open House.
John Allan is emerging as one of Greater Tulsa’s significant young executive leaders. The president and of Bank assumed his position in December 2009 after arriving at the bank in July of that year, when he became the chief lending officer.
Emily M. Avery has joined Greater Tulsa Reporter Newspapers as a marketing representative, according to Publisher D. Forrest Cameron and Vice President of Marketing Victor M. Bailey.
Locally-owned Bank has reached an agreement with the to acquire Home National Bank deposits in Oklahoma, Kansas and Arizona. The acquisition includes 11 branches in Kansas and Oklahoma as well as four branches in Arizona. The newest Bank locations will serve customers in Scottsdale and Phoenix, Ariz., Arkansas City and Winfield, Kan. as well as Bartlesville, Blackwell, Ponca City, Shidler and Stillwater, Okla.
Tulsa’s Young Professionals recently announced the launch of The Forge, a business center created to accelerate the development, success and sustainability of start-ups and existing small businesses in the region.
Would you be able to list all the contents of your home if you had to? Most people could not, which is why it’s a good idea to put together a written home inventory. The Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants explains why this is a smart step and offers tips on how to do it.
The Jenks Chamber of Commerce is now accepting nominations for the Leadership Jenks Class .
The program, in place since 1986, offers those who live or work in Jenks an opportunity to collaboratively work to better the community. The goals of the program are to challenge and motivate both traditional and non-traditional leaders through information, dialogue and hands-on experience.
There is a natural tendency to procrastinate in doing stressful activities that you don’t enjoy. Combined with a busy, hurried lifestyle and competing demands, procrastination can create its own problems, such as stress, guilt, and panic. These feelings may increase as the deadline approaches and tasks remain undone.
ONEOK Partners Receives Notification from Williams to Increase Ownership in Overland Pass Pipeline Company
ONEOK Partners, L.P. (: ) announced today that it received notification that Williams Partners L.P. (: ) has elected to exercise its option to increase its ownership of Overland Pass Pipeline Company, to 50 percent from 1 percent.
Utica Park Clinic welcomes Robert F. Howard, M.D., who is board-certified in Internal Medicine and Rheumatology. Dr. Howard began seeing patients on June 21 on the 3rd Floor of Utica Park Clinic – Central, 1245 S. Utica Ave. Dr. Howard graduated from the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine in 1983; completed his internship at Oral Roberts University School of Medicine in 1987, and completed his fellowship in Rheumatology at the Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta in 1988.
Jake Dollarhide, left, of Longbow Asset Management recently held an investor presentation for current and prospective clients. Presenting were John Siriunas, center, and president of Cuervo Resources, Inc., in middle, and Brian Berner, chairman and of Cuervo. Cuervo is a public Canadian exploration company with drilling prospects for iron ore in Perú. For more information, visit www.lbamc.com.
SUCCESSFUL CAMPAIGN: The Tulsa Metro Chamber Resource Campaign met its $2.55 million stretch goal in June. Celebrating, from left, are Mike Neal, campaign leaders Becky Frank, Wade Edmundson and Don Walker, and TMC’s Matt Pavarnik.
A festive open house at Saxum PR’s new Tulsa office was delighted by a visit from members of Light Opera Oklahoma, emulating the energy and excitement behind Tulsa’s re-invigoration of downtown Tulsa.