Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD
American Fidelity Promotes Fleet, Express Promotes Homsey
Bob Fleet has been promoted to associate vice president of American Fidelity Corp.
Fleet has been a colleague with American Fidelity four years. He is a member of the American Society of Training and Development.
American Fidelity, known as the American Fidelity Group, is an Oklahoma City-based financial services conglomerate engaged in insurance, real estate, mortgage banking and financial services. Thomas Behrens has been promoted to vice president of Security General Life Insurance Co., a subsidiary of American Fidelity Assurance Co. and part of American Fidelity Group.
Behrens has been a colleague with American Fidelity Assurance Co. six years. He is a Fellow of Life Management Institute, Health Insurance Association of America, a Chartered Life Underwriter and Chartered Financial Consultant. . . Wayne A. Hawpe, Certified Life Underwriter in the Oklahoma agency of The Principal Financial Group, has qualified for the company's Premier Club. The Premier Club honors agents who are leaders in providing life and health insurance, financial needs analysis, pension and profit sharing and other financial services t o customers. . . Harvey H.H. Homsey has been promoted manager of the research and development department of Express Personnel Services International Headquarters in Oklahoma City. He was publications supervisor for the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Department of Family Medicine before joining Express Services in 1989 as national documentation editor.
Also, Carol L. Johnston has been promoted to research assistant for the franchise development department of at the headquarters.
Johnston's responsibilities will include researching products, materials and programs that highlight the temporary, permanent and executive search industry and providing support for the 200-plus Express Personnel Services franchise operations. She joined Express International in 1991 as a credit assistant.
Express Personnel Services posted revenues of $325 million in 1993 and projects growth to $425 million in 1994. . . Jennifer Kraszewski has been appointed personnel recruiter for the northwest Oklahoma City office of Express Personnel Services, a franchise is owned by Express President Robert A. Funk. …