Harris Named Vice President of Region of Fleming

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Harris Named Vice President of Region of Fleming


Robert F. Harris has been named senior vice president of Fleming Companies Inc. - Malone & Hyde region. Harris will coordinate operations and activities in the region and be responsible for subsidiary operations, including Quality Companies Inc., Drug Distributors and the Malone & Hyde Dairies. The division includes operations in Memphis and Nashville, Tenn.; Monroe and Lafayette, La.; Miami, Fla; Lexington, Ky.; Sikeston, Mo.; and Tupelo, Miss.

He joined the Malone & Hyde division of Fleming in 1983 as vice president of wholesale food distribution and was named executive vice president in 1989. . .

- Karen Luke has been appointed by Gov. Henry Bellmon to serve a seven-year term on the Board of Regents at Oklahoma City Community College. Luke replaces Jack E. Bernier, who served as a regent at the college for 14 years. Luke is the executive director of Leadership Oklahoma City. She also has served as director of public relations for the Salvation Army, public relations consultant for Arthur Andersen and Co. and director of marketing for MetroBank. . .

- Nance Langdon Diamond, has been named president of Leadership Oklahoma Inc. for 1990-1991. Diamond, a Shawnee community leader who has been involved in major state programs, succeeds Ken McBride of Norman, who has served for one year as head of the organization.

Diamond is executive director of the Oklahoma CASA Association, a private nonprofit organization which supports the development of court-appointed special advocates for abused and neglected children. Diamond has been a teacher in Shawnee, Norman and Oklahoma City. She is a noted lecturer at child abuse prevention conferences, judicial meetings and training and research seminars.

Leadership Oklahoma is an organization devoted to the development of leadership throughout the state to help solve the challenges of today and tomorrow. It is a nonprofit, nonpartisan state education program which uses a series of meetings and seminars to develop the talent of present and future leaders.

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