Enid News & Eagle
Central National Bank recently announced it hired Sandra West and Kyle Hockmeyer.
West recently moved back to Enid after living in other parts of Oklahoma and Texas for the past 19 years. She has nine years of banking experience and 20 years of retail management experience. West was hired as AVP, retail banking manager, and supervises 19 employees, including personal bankers and tellers. An Enid native, West graduated from Chisholm High School in 1986. She has a degree from the University of Oklahoma in business administration, majoring in marketing.
Hockmeyer also is an Enid native. He graduated from Enid High in 2002, and the University of Oklahoma in 2006, with a degree in business administration, majoring in human resources management. Hockmeyer was hired as a business banker, responsible for new business development including products such as merchant services, treasury management, remote deposit capture and payroll cards. Additionally, he will assist in the development of a marketing strategy and set sales objectives. Kyle is married to Jennilee Hockmeyer, a sonographer at Integris Bass Baptist Health Center.
“CNB is incredibly fortunate to have such talented individuals come back to Enid. Their professionalism and commitment to this community allows us to continue our efforts of being the personal service bank that we established 100 years ago,” said Debbie Johnson, vice president. “Knowing that we are able to hire such high caliber employees makes the next 100 years that much more exciting.”