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Oklahoma Governor Fallin Names Banker to OTA Board

Tulsa Beacon reports, “Governor Mary Fallin has appointed Guy L. Berry to the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority. Berry, of Sapulpa, succeeds Albert ‘Kell’ Kelly, who resigned. Berry will serve on the board pending Senate confirmation next legislative session. Berry has worked the past 36 years at American Heritage Bank in Sapulpa, as president and vice chairman […] The post Oklahoma Governor Fallin Names Banker to OTA Board appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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