BancFirst plans new building
EDMOND — BancFirst Edmond will move its current location at 3200 E Memorial to a new building adjacent to Hafer Park. The bank and the Edmond Area Chamber of Commerce will hold a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday at the bank, at 1264 S Bryant, at 3 p.m. Thursday. The bank is expected to open in August. BancFirst says the move is part of a plan to expand its presence in Edmond; the new location will serve as the main Edmond location and the first of three new branches planned in the next three to four years.
Team to handle business clients
Kirkpatrick Bank has created a team dedicated to serving business customers, led by Christy Sanford, who has been named head of business banking. Kirkpatrick Bank has expanded the scope of its cash management team to include business banking services in general, with the objective of providing enhanced services and expertise to commercial customers. This included establishing a core staff specializing in business banking, cash management and other products for business customers. Kirkpatrick Bank CEO George Drew said the plan focus on the bank's strength and potential for growth. “By bringing our top talent together on the account services side to focus specifically on our business customers, we believe we can make a good thing even better,” Drew said in a statement issued by the company. The Kirkpatrick Bank Business Banking Center can be reached at 478-5301or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
AT&T seeks to fill positions
AT&T is looking to hire more than 80 workers for its two Oklahoma City call centers. The company is looking to hire 40 consumer customer service representatives and 47 customer support specialists. Pay ranges from $10.66 to $14.57 an hour and includes benefits such as paid training, medical, dental and paid vacation. Applications are being accepted now and the positions are expected to be filled this month. To apply, visit www.connect.att.jobs/okc.
Gift to aid The Children's Center
LINN Energyhas donated $45,000 to The Children's Center, the nonprofit pediatric hospital in Bethany announced Tuesday. LINN Energy employees and vendors collected the donation during an annual Halloween-themed fundraiser. “This holiday gift will provide much needed funds to purchase necessary medical equipment and supplies for the hospital,” said Albert Gray, chief executive officer of The Children's Center. Houston-based LINN Energy has donated more than $95,000 to the hospital since 2009.
From staff reports