Clytie Bunyan
Newsroom Management Director of Business and Lifestyles

Clytie Bunyan joined The Oklahoman in 1989 as a Metro desk reporter. She later moved to the Business desk to cover real estate and presided over extensive coverage in the 1990s about the then-uncertain future of the Skirvin Hotel. She also has covered small business and the retail beats. She was named assistant business editor in 2000 and business editor in 2003. She's a member of the Society of American Business Editors & Writers Association, and is actively involved with various organizations in her community. Bunyan is a native of the Caribbean island of Trinidad. She resides in Oklahoma City.

  • Resilience: The emotional impact the OKC bombing had on reporters

    Clytie Bunyan | Updated: Mon, Apr 20, 2015

    I wasn’t one of the reporters whose beats sent them to the frontline of bombing coverage that week on April 20 years ago. But I remember two distinctly different emotional types of reaction among my colleagues here: those who perpetuated the stereotypical tough exterior expected of reporters and others who held a straight face in […]

  • Reflections on April 19, 1995

    Clytie Bunyan | Published: Wed, Mar 25, 2015

    Monday night, I visited the Oklahoma City National Memorial Museum. It was my first visit. I’ve never felt compelled to see what’s inside, but I was curious to see the new journalism addition, part of a $10 million enhancement that includes 35 interactive features. I took the opportunity to walk through the exhibit from beginning to end. […]

  • The Oklahoman staffers share some holiday memories from their native countries

    By Clytie Bunyan, Staff Writers | Published: Wed, Dec 24, 2014

    Clytie Bunyan, a native of Trinidad & Tobago, in the Caribbean, and Paul Monies, a native of Scotland at the northern part of the United Kingdom in Europe, share memories of the holidays in their homelands.