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Oklahoma business people, May 5, 2013

Oklahoma business people, May 5
Modified: May 4, 2013 at 2:06 am •  Published: May 5, 2013


Eddie Herrman is the new president at Integris Bass Baptist Health Center in Enid. Herrman served as the chief nursing officer at Integris Bass for from 2008 to 2011, before taking a similar position at Integris Southwest Medical Center in Oklahoma City.

SNB Bank of Oklahoma City, a division of Stillwater National Bank, has added Mell Trissel as senior vice president, commercial loan officer, and Chris Mostek as vice president, commercial loan officer. Trissel will work with developers and investors in the Oklahoma City area, and focus on commercial real estate lending. Mostek, previously at Coppermark Bank, will focus on energy lending.

The Retirement Services Division of Mass-Mutual has appointed Kirk Buchanan to managing director of institutional sales. Buchanan serves on the dedicated local sales team covering northern Texas and Oklahoma.

American Fidelity Assurance Co. recently hired Jontue Byrd, Jennifer Robinson and Rachael Crawford as customer service representatives; Devin Fischer as a customer support unit representative; Nola Ruyleas an imaging technician representative; and Jacquelyn Campbell as a compliance analyst.

Candor Public Relations has hired Jacqueline Sit as an account executive. Sit previously reported for News 9 in Oklahoma City and for stations in Midland, Texas and Portland, Ore.

Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center names Erin Oldfield director of education and programming. Oldfield will be responsible for developing and organizing educational programming. The center also names Joshua Maxey as special events and annual fund manager. Maxey will create and manage all events at Oklahoma Contemporary Arts Center.

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