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33rd Leadership Class introduced

Ponca City Now - August 9, 2018 3:58 pm

Introducing Ponca City Chamber’s 33rd Ponca City Leadership Class.  Front row, from left, are Troy Buller, Ponca City Public Schools; Chad Sheetz, Phillips 66; Diane Anderson, Leadership Chair with Phillips 66; Kaity Beaty, Farha Wholesale/Fowler Vending; Amanda Springer, Equity Bank; Kevin Jeffries, Ponca City Police Department; Stacie Hobbs, YMCA of Ponca City; Luke Garrison, Leadership Chair with Equity Bank; Chief Don Bohon, Leadership Chair with the Ponca City Police Department.

Second row, from left, Austin Stephenson, Boettcher, Devinney, Ingle, Wicker Law; Sean Grisba, Kay County Sheriff’s Department; Erica Fetters, Dorada Foods; Cameron Lincoln-Smith, Osage Casino; Sally Talley, Lewis Associates Architects; Katherine Neal, Exploration Destination and Blackwell Dentistry; John Andrew, City of Ponca City.

Third row, from left, Berry Harrison, Bowers Trucking; Megan Collom, First National Bank of Oklahoma; Melissa Pipestem, Marland Children’s Home; Ashley Lenix, Complete Vision Care; Ashley Peitz, Custom Mechanical Equipment; Tim McNew, City of Ponca City.

Fourth row, Chelsi Hendrickson, Rick Scott Construction; Kelsey Holmes, H&H Laboratory; Ryan Burkett, Pioneer Technology Center; Jeff Lewis, Dolese Bros. Corp. and Ross Kyler, Kyler Construction Group.

 

 

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