Oklahomans on the Move: November 5, 2012

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Oklahomans on the Move: November 5, 2012


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Stone elected to national board

OKLAHOMA CITY - Renzi Stone, CEO of Saxum, has been elected to the Council of Public Relations Firms 2013 board of directors.

Saxum is a marketing communications agency with offices in Oklahoma City and Tulsa.

The new chairman of the council's board is Dave Senay, president and CEO of Fleishman-Hillard.

Merrill joins Bob Moore Farms

OKLAHOMA CITY - Frank Merrill is joining Bob Moore Farms as manager of Bob Moore Farms Group.

Merrill is an Oklahoma Quarter Horse Hall of Fame member, and an American Quarter Horse Hall of Fame inductee.

Merrill is past president of the American Quarter Horse Association, a past president of the Oklahoma Quarter Horse Association, a national director of the National Cutting Horse Association, a trustee of the United States Equestrian Team Foundation and a director of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum.

Bob Moore Farms has been in the horse racing and breeding business for more than six decades.

Williams becomes licensed architect

OKLAHOMA CITY - Kirk Williams of Guernsey in Oklahoma City has become a licensed architect.

Williams is a recent graduate of the University of Oklahoma and started his career with Guernsey as a summer intern. After graduation he became a full-time employee in the Architecture Department. He specializes in 3-D renderings and building information modeling.

Auction Network gives promotions

TULSA - Auction Network has named Matt Williams vice president of programming and development and promoted Bonnie Childers to director of auction operations. …

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