Elliot P. Anderson Joins Crowe & Dunlevy

Crowe & Dunlevy has named Elliot P. Anderson an associate in the firm’s Tulsa office, where he will focus his practice in the areas of business and commercial litigation, and probate.
He is a graduate of Pepperdine University School of Law (J.D., 2006) and the University of Oklahoma (B.A. 1998).
The law firm of Hall, Estill, Hardwick, Gable, Golden & Nelson, P.C. announced the addition of four new attorneys in the Tulsa office. All are from the firm’s 2007 summer associate class.
After graduation from Oklahoma State University, Christopher L. Carter received his J.D. from the University of Oklahoma College of Law. He received the American Jurisprudence Award in Antitrust and was a member of the Oklahoma Law Review. His practice areas include corporate/commercial and general corporate.
Briana J. Clifton received a B.A. from George Washington University and her J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law. Her practice areas are Indian Law and litigation.
Chace W. Daley graduated from the University of Missouri and received his J.D. from Washington and Lee University School of Law. His practice area is litigation.
Jean C. Lopez is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma where he received a B.A. summa cum laude. He received his J.D. from the University of Oklahoma College of Law. Mr. Lopez will practice in the areas of bankruptcy, debtor, and creditor law.
Chris K. Miller has joined the Tulsa law firm of Joyce & Paul, PLLC, as an associate. Miller earned his B.S. in mechanical engineering from Oklahoma State University in 2005 and his J.D. from the University of Tulsa College of Law in 2008. He is a certified engineering intern and is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
Laura A. Van Tuyl has joined the firm of Fellers, Snider, Blankenship, Bailey & Tippens, P.C. as an Associate.
Van Tuyl received her B.B.A. in management in 2005 (with distinction) at the University of Oklahoma and her J.D. at the University of Texas School of Law in 2008. A native of Stroud, Okla., she was the Executive Editor of the Texas Review of Entertainment and Sports Law from 2007 to 2008. Her primary focus of practice is general litigation.
Paula Love has joined the Fellers Snider Law Firm as its Marketing Manager. Love will oversee all marketing, public relations and community relations for the firm’s offices in Oklahoma City and Tulsa.
Since 2000, Love has worked as a publicist for for-profit, entertainment and non-profit companies from the Midwest to the West Coast. Prior to joining Fellers Snider, Love worked as an independent consultant, working with clients in Oklahoma and surrounding states.
An Oklahoma City native, Paula sits on various committees and boards and has provided pro-bono public relations services to numerous charitable organizations, including The National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Lyric Theatre, Allied Arts, Make-A-Wish and The Harn Homestead.
Crystal Farrimond, a two-year veteran of Oklahoma Blood Institute, has been named executive director of OBI’s Tulsa center.
Farrimond began her career with OBI as the director of donor services for Oklahoma before serving as that division’s interim vice president. She then served as the interim director of the OBI’s Lawton center before coming to Tulsa.
Prior to coming to work for OBI, Farrimond worked at St. John Medical Center, where she served as a medical technologist for transfusion services, lab manager of the St. John Blood Bank, and later, manager of operations for the St. John Regional Medical Lab in Oklahoma City.
Farrimond received her bachelor’s degree in lab technology from the University of Oklahoma, Norman, and her bachelor’s in medical technology from Northeastern State University, Tahlequah. She received her master’s degree in public health administration and policy from the University of Oklahoma, Tulsa.
Elli Johannsson, P.E., joined Crafton Tull Sparks as structural department head. He has a bachelor’s degree in architectural engineering from Oklahoma State University. Elli has more than sixteen years of experience in the engineering and construction field. He is the vice president of the Tulsa chapter of the American Concrete Institute and a member of the Oklahoma Structural Engineering Association.
Elizabeth Corkery joined the firm as engineering CAD tech for the civil department. She has a bachelor’s degree in technology from Rogers State University. Elizabeth has four years of experience.
Meenakshi Krishnasamy, AIA, has joined the firm as project architect for the spiritual division. He has a bachelor’s degree in architecture from the University of Madras in India and a master’s degree in architecture from the University of Oklahoma. Meenakshi has six years of experience.
Brown Mackie College has named Don Morrow dean of academic affairs. He will serve as the college’s chief academic officer responsible for the overall administration, coordination and development of instructional policies, programs, personnel and classroom facilities.
Morrow has worked in post-secondary education for more than 14 years, serving in department head, director and adjunct instructor positions at colleges in Missouri and Oklahoma. He is a University of Arkansas graduate and received his master’s degree in political science from Auburn University in Montgomery, Ala. He also is a graduate of the Air Force Command and Staff College.
Brown Mackie has also named Jamie Seaver its senior director of admissions and Michelle Patterson as senior financial aid officer.
Seaver will conduct training and advising of new and current admissions staff, including new hire, sales, product knowledge and computer software training; assist in the planning and coordination of promotional events and conduct interviews during the hiring process.
Patterson will counsel new and continuing Brown Mackie College students and their families about the financial aid process, develop and finalize financial plans that will best fit individual student needs and monitor and confirm financial aid payment. ?′
The Osage Nation’s Million Dollar Elm Casino, Pawhuska, has named Eli Red Eagle as general manager.
Red Eagle started working as a security officer at the Hominy casino in February 2002. Since then, he has served as a shift manager at Osage Million Dollar Elm casinos in Pawhuska, Bartlesville and Tulsa.
As general manager of the Million Dollar Elm Casino, Pawhuska, Eagles’ duties include managing casino operations, ensuring guest satisfaction, overseeing the facility’s nearly 40 employees, oversight of revenue generation and the implementation of policies and procedures.
Oklahoma pharmacist Jack Coffey has been named the recipient of the 2008 NCPA Lifetime Academic Achievement Award by the National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA). The Lifetime Academic Achievement Award recognizes distinguished service in contributions and dedication to the education of pharmacy students.
Coffey serves as a clinical associate professor at the University of Oklahoma College of Pharmacy since 1996 and as Associate Dean for External and Professional Affairs since 2002. Prior to this, he served as the Director of Experiential Programs and was an adjunct professor. Coffey has been recognized for his work with the university by being awarded the American College of Apothecaries Dean’s Recognition Award in 2006.
Coffey is part owner of four pharmacies in Shawnee and McLoud.
Ernst & Young, LLP recently announced the promotions for individuals based in the Tulsa Ernst & Young location, according to Cathy Gates, office managing partner.
Southwest sub-area senior managers include: Lindsey Baker, Chris Horvath and Jacob Odom.
Southwest sub-area managers include: James Bowie, Andy Confer, Evelyn Cooks, Jeff Fawcett, Jamie McCoy, Stacey Moore and James Vaughn.
Southwest sub-area seniors include: Kaliope Benson, Deepa Bharani, Amber Blythe, Cheyene Charles, Sarah Dash, Tim Helms, Steven Nye, Matt Smith, Kerwin Vanfield and Melanie Warren.
Promoted to National Practice Support was Cindy Staley.
Career Development Services, Inc. is proud to announce the hiring or Arlene Chemers, SPHR, CPC, CMP as Executive Coach/Senior Consultant.
Arlene’s extensive experience in career development, training, counseling and executive and professional coaching in the corporate, management consulting, and outplacement arenas makes her highly qualified to make a strong contribution to Career Development Services.
She was formerly with Challenger, Gray & Christmas, an international outplacement firm and Vice President of OCM, a management consulting firm providing executive coaching and outplacement. Arlene was also Corporate Manager of Employee Development at The Williams Cos. Her background includes authoring and conducting career development and job search skill training programs, executive and managerial coaching, career and professional coaching, retirement coaching and transition management.
In addition to holding a masters degree in human resource management from the University of Utah, where she specialized in career development, training and organizational development, she is a Certified Professional Coach through The Academy of Coach Training, an ICF accredited school. She also holds certificates as a Life-Time Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), as a Career Management Professional (CMP) and is a Trained Retirement Coach.
Four Tulsa, Okla., residents recently received acceptance into the Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants.
William D. Bass, CPA, a senior with Deloitte & Touche, LLP in Tulsa; Ashley L. Davis, CPA, a manager with KPMG, LLP; Leslie S. Lanham, CPA, a staff CPA with Glenn Elliot & Associates, Inc, CPAs; and Jane E. Pimm, CPA, an accounting manager with the City of Tulsa; were welcomed into the society as fellow members.
Today’s Country 98.5 KVOO is excited to welcome Gary Greenwood as the station’s new morning host. Greenwood will join Sunny Leigh and Jean Heatherington on the KVOO Morning Show beginning Sept. 22.
“We’re really looking forward to bringing Gary on,” said KVOO Program Director Luke Jensen. “His background as a veteran country radio host, combined with his unique sense of humor and high energy level, will be the perfect complement to Sunny and Jean.”
KVOO is one of three radio stations in Tulsa owned by Journal Broadcast Group.
Greenwood comes to KVOO from KFGE-FM in Lincoln, Neb., where he was the morning host for the past five years. Prior to that he worked for a Journal Broadcast Group-owned station in Omaha before moving to KBEQ in Kansas City.
“I’m thrilled to be coming back to Journal Broadcast Group and joining the team at KVOO. I’m looking forward to this next challenge in my career,” said Greenwood. “My family and I are excited about being a part of the Tulsa community. I can’t wait to get started.”
Journal Broadcast Group owns and operates 35 radio stations and 12 television stations in 12 states and operates an additional television station under a local marketing agreement. The broadcast business of Journal Communications Inc., Journal Broadcast Group is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Journal Communications is a diversified media company with operations in publishing, radio and television broadcasting, interactive media and printing services.
Standley Systems, an Oklahoma-based company that specializes in document management products and services, recently announced Wayne Hanson as a field service technician in the recently opened Tulsa office.
As field service technician, Hanson will be responsible for service, maintenance and repair of copiers and printers in the Tulsa area. Prior to working at Standley Systems, Hanson was the master customer service technician with IKON Office Solutions, Inc. and field supervisor for Ameritech Communications Inc.
Standley Systems is an Oklahoma-based company providing document management products and services to all 77 counties in Oklahoma. Founded in 1934 in Chickasha, OK, Standley has branch offices in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Lawton, Ardmore, Duncan and Eufaula.



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