Kaiser joins Anderson-Burris
Stacie Kaiser recently joined Anderson-Burris Funeral Home. She will be assisting in the preparation of memory videos and other personalized memorial items, as well as in the office and reception area.
Kaiser grew up in the Covington area, and later moved to Enid, graduating from Enid High School.
Hospital names physician of year
Dr. Jonathan Ross Vanhooser recently was named 2012 Annual Physician of the Year by St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center.
According to a press release, Vanhooser was selected because of his timely, professional and efficient service to patients.
He is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine and trained for his residency in diagnostic radiology and interventional radiology fellowship. He is board-certified by the American Board of Radiology.
Jackson promoted at Stillwater bank
Stillwater National Bank recently announced the promotion of Lori Jackson to senior vice president, director of compliance.
Jackson has been with SNB since 2007, having started as vice president, compliance officer, then moving to vice president, audit director, in 2011. She worked as vice president, director of compliance, before her current position.
Jackson now will consult with the bank’s various departments regarding compliance policy and procedures. She also will supervise the Community Reinvestment Act officer, the anti-money laundering officer, the SAR investigator and the compliance analyst. She will serve as a member on multiple bank committees, such as the Operations Council, IT Steering Committee and Strategic Planning Committee. She will be the company’s adviser on regulatory changes and present compliance reports to the bank’s Audit Committee of the board of directors.
A native of Enid, Jackson attended Northwestern Oklahoma State University, where she graduated with a degree in accounting. She is a certified public accountant and a certified regulatory compliance manager.
Kaiser joins Anderson-Burris
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