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Guy Berry, Class VII, has been appointed to the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority.

Tony Caldwell, Class V, was reappointed to the Board of Juvenile Affairs.

G. Bridger Cox, Class VIII, has been reappointed to the board of directors of the Oklahoma Development Finance Authority and the Oklahoma Industrial Finance Authority.

Cassie Gilman, Class XXIX, has been hired as vice president of development and marketing for the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma.

Beth Kerr, Class XXIV, was appointed to the Oklahoma Commission on the Status of Women.

Brandon Long, Class XXVIII, has been elected president-elect of the SouthWest Benefits Association.

Sue Ann Arnall, Class XXIV, Mary Blankenship Pointer, Class XXII and David Nimmo, Class XXVIII, were co-chairs for the 2017 YWCA Purple Sash Gala.

Pat Potts, Class IX, will retire on July 31, after 15 years of overseeing the Potts Family Foundation.

David Rainbolt, Class I, is now executive chairman of both BancFirst Corp. and its primary subsidiary, BancFirst.

Raegen Siegfried, Class 30, has been named vice president of HushWorks, NORDAM’s advanced-development projects effort.

Renzi Stone, Class XVIII, spoke on being accountable to the industry at the Gaylord College during the University of Oklahoma spring commencement.

John Yoeckel, Class XXV, was awarded the first Board Leadership Award by Harding Fine Arts Academy.

Karen Waddell, Class I, received the Salt and Light Leadership Training’s 2017 Clapham Award in recognition of making a positive difference for the common good in Oklahoma City.


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