Travel Industry Association Names Officers for '95

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Travel Industry Association Names Officers for '95


Jim O'Mealey has been named chairman of the Oklahoma Travel Industry Association for 1995. He is with Green Country Marketing Association of Tulsa.

Also selected as an officer for 1995 was Edward Lynn, of Comfort Inn of Oklahoma City, treasurer.

Oklahoma City area board members for the year are: Charlene Bixler, Bar-B Inc.; Keith Chamblin, Remington Park; Susan Harkness, OG E Electric Services; Ross Herndon, American Automobile Association of Oklahoma; Barbara Johnston, Ackerman McQueen Inc.; Carol Jordan, Territorial Tours Ltd., and Randle Lee, Oklahoma State Chamber of Commerce Industry;

Also, Larry Lindley Seahorse Inc.; Kathleen Marks, Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department; Lynn Paschal, Resource Design Associates; Sandy Price, Oklahoma City Convention Visitors Bureau, and Dana Sullivant, National Cowboy Hall of Fame and Western Heritage Center. . . Guaranty Bank Trust Co. has made the following promotions: Alice Arneson to real estate loan officer. She has been with Guaranty since 1990 and was previously a real estate loan counselor. Renee Lawson to assistant manager and operations officer of the Memorial Rd. office of Guaranty Bank. She has been with Guaranty since 1982 and was a customer service supervisor. Lisa Bevel to assistant vice president. She has been with Guaranty for 10 years, most recently as credit analysis officer. Rebecca Walls to assistant vice president of Guaranty Bank's northwest office. She also is assistant manager and has been with Guaranty since 1982. . . Randy Winton has been promoted to operations officer at City Bank Memorial, it was announced by City Bank Trust.

Winton has served in various operational positions with City Bank, including commercial teller at the bank's Reno-Meridian office. His new duties will expand to include serving as supervisor of lobby services for City Bank's Memorial and Mercy offices, and as coordinator and manager of the bank's automatic bank card service.

Winton joined City Bank in June 1990. . . Joe Courtney has been named president and chief executive officer of Altus Athletic Manufacturing Co. and OK-1 Manufacturing Co. in Altus.

Roger Teigen, former president and chief executive officer, will continue to serve as chairman of the board for the two companies.

Courtney joined the companies in 1991 as executive vice president and general manager.

Altus Athletic manufactures weight lifting belts, back support belts and other physical fitness products.

OK-1 manufactures safety products like back support belts, wrist supports, lifting gloves and anti-vibration gloves. . . Beth Stuart has been promoted to assistant manager of drafting of Topographic Land Surveyors of Oklahoma. She will calculate survey data and serve as customer liaison for the drafting department.

Also, Jeff Lenington has joined the firm as hydrology coordinator. . . Gary Creason has joined KOCB TV-34 as local sales manager. His responsibilities will include maintaining local advertising accounts and overseeing six account executives. He previously was sales manager at KOKH-TV. . . Phil Maddern has been named local sales manager for KOKH Fox 25, effective Jan. 30.

Previously, Maddern was advertising sales manager for Cox Cable in Lubbock. . . Joyce Edgemon and Priscilla Carder have joined Churchill-Brown and Associates as sales associates.

They have worked as a team selling commercial and residential real estate in Oklahoma City. . . Express Personnel Services has added these three employees to its organization: Paul McCone, lead AS/400 computer operator for Express Personnel Services International. …

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