Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Stone Named CEO of Heritage National Bank

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Stone Named CEO of Heritage National Bank

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Clint Stone has been named president and chief executive officer of Heritage National Bank in Edmond, it has been accounted by John Bridwell, chairman of the board.

Stone was vice president of Lincoln National Bank and was president and chief executive officer of First Naitonal Bank of Del City.

D. Baker Flesher has been apppointed assistant vice president and installment lending officer of Heritage National Bank. He has been with the bank since 1984. . .

- First Interstate Bank of Oklahoma NA has received approval of the U.S. Comptroller of the Currency to maintain a marketing subsidiary established by the failed First National Bank, said Dusty Martin, director of communications for First Interstate.

The subsidiary, Bank Marketing Systems Inc., is not operating and has no employees, Martin said, but the bank decided to maintain the subsidiary as a legal separate entity.

"Rather than letting it go away," Martin said, "we wanted to have it to maintain our flexibility for the future."

First National had no outside advertising agency, instead choosing to use the subsidiary to do all its advertising and marketing, Martin said. First Interstate has no plans to stop using its outside matketing group, Martin said.

"The thought for the long-term was to keep the organization intact," Martin said.

The comptroller's office said it received the bank's application July 6. . .

- A Liberty National Bank and Trust Co. request to install and operate an automated teller machine at Remington Park has been approved by the U.S. Comptroller of the Currency.

The cash dispenser accepts ChecOKcards, TransFund, SCS, MPact/Exchequer and One Card, as well as any card participating in the Plus System network. Additionally, Visa debit cards are accepted. The machine, which allows withdrawals up to $400 per day, will be operational with the opening of Remington Park on Sept. 1.

"We really don't anticipate people going to Remington and wanting to deposit," said Linda Moore, director of marketing for Liberty.

The facilty would be located on the trackside level in the northwest part of the main building, One Remington Place. …

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