Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD
Jamison Named Administrator of Bethany General Hospital
- Dr. David L. Holden was inducted as a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons on Feb. 4 at the association's 55th annual meeting in Atlanta, Ga. Holden was one of 586 new fellows inducted, bringing the Academy's membership to 14,148. . .
- Linda Richardson, of Waddel & Reed Investments, was awarded the Volunteer of the Year Honor by the Warr Acres/Putnam City Chamber of Commerce at their annual banquet recently. Her accomplishments include the first Christmas Parade held in Warr Acres in nine years and the first chamber sponsored Arts & Crafts Festival. Richardson is serving as secretary of the board of directors for l988. . .
- David Hammer is attending a four-week course in retail counseling at the Oklahoma City corporate headquarters of Scrivner Inc. Hammer has a total of 17 years experience with the company. . .
- D.J. Ashbaugh has been appointed to the position of account executive at KGMC-TV Channel 34. Her background includes the positions of contract administrator for Mustang Fuel Corp. and reservoir engineer assistant for Anadarko Production Co.. . .
- Jerry W. Taylor has been promoted to district manager of Syntex Laboratories. Taylor has been with Syntex since 1976, and will supervise medical representatives in Oklahoma City
Also with Syntex, Jack L. Scadden has been named a professional medical representative after completion of an in-depth training program. He will provide health care professionals in Oklahoma City with medical background and usage information on Syntex pharmaceutical products. . .
- Mike Kibbs has been promoted to service manager at United Systems Inc., a local automated office products dealer. He has been in the office equipment industry in Oklahoma City for 25 years. . .
- Rita S. Matthews will retire as executive director of the American Heart Association, Oklahoma Affiliate, on Feb. 4. She has been with the association for 33 years. . .
- Gary Jay, Detroit radio personality, has moved to KRXO 107.7 FM in Oklahoma City. …