Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Murrell, Hall, McIntosh and Co. Open New Offices

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Murrell, Hall, McIntosh and Co. Open New Offices

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The partners and staff of Murrell, Hall, McIntosh and Co. will host an open house from 4-6 p.m. Thursday to celebrate completion of the firm's newly built office facility in Norman. The building, located at 2402 Westport Drive near the Westwood Golf and Swim Complex, has brought about the consolidation of the Moore and two Norman offices and a technology systems upgrade throughout the firm.

"The state-of-the-art operating systems within the building have maximized our efficiency," said partner Phil Hollingsworth, "which is very exciting because it allows us to meet our primary objective - - to provide our clients with the best service possible."

The building has a conference room with space for up to 40 people. The conference room is designed to accommodate frequent continuing education programs for the firm's CPAs as well as company meetings. The space is also available for use by clients.

Now on board

Malinda Berry Fischer has joined the board of directors of Heritage Trust. Fischer is chairman of Thomas N. Berry & Co. and president of Marietta Royalty.

John W. McCollum has joined Heritage Trust as a portfolio manager for Oklahoma City. McCollum was with Dell Computer as senior manager of relationship group strategy and business development in Austin.

Heritage Trust has offices in Oklahoma City, Stillwater and Tulsa.

YENOM

The YENOM Investment Club will have its 15th anniversary banquet at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 9 at Cole's Garden, 1415 NE 63rd St.

Richard Cudjo, assistant vice president with Merrill Lynch, will be the featured speaker. Admission is $20, which must be received by Nov. 5. For further information call Jerry Warrior at 427-1122.

First American Bank

First American Bank opened its new Riverwalk Center in Moore on Monday. The facility is the bank's eighth location. The other seven offices are in Norman, Goldsby, Taloga, Garber, Woodward and Maysville, with the main bank in Purcell.

The Riverwalk bank building was designed by architect Quentin Remy of the Blair Remy Corp. …

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