The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK

August 31, 2013

FYI for 9-1-13

Enid News and Eagle

VanScoy joins BKD LLP

Emily VanScoy has joined BKD LLP’s accounting and outsourcing practice in the company’s Enid office.

Todd J. Lisle, managing partner of BKD LLP’s Oklahoma offices, made the announcement recently.

VanScoy has two years energy services experience. Prior to joining BKD, she was employed at an energy services firm in Enid. In this role, she was responsible for accounts receivable and billing for several companies.

VanScoy is a 2013 graduate of Northwestern Oklahoma State University, with a bachelor’s degree in accounting. She is working toward becoming a certified public accountant.

Hoggard completes OBA school

Lacy Hoggard, loan auditor at Bank of Kremlin, recently completed the Oklahoma Bankers Association (OBA) Compliance School in Oklahoma City.

Hoggard was among 54 graduates of the school, which was held in August at the OBA Harris Event Center.

The OBA Compliance School, conducted annually, trains bank employees to deal with the laws and regulations that affect bank lending and deposit functions. The school is designed to provide knowledge and information on consumer compliance, which can contribute to the development of compliance officers. Students return to their banks equipped to deal with compliance regulations that impact lending practices and deposit functions, as well as other related federal and state law regulations.

OBA conducts more than 70 educational programs and seminars each year, which reach more than 5,000 bankers across the state. The association represents approximately 230 banks and serves as the primary advocate for the banking industry.

Craig employee of the quarter

Security National Bank of Enid has named LyNae Craig its employee of the quarter for the second quarter of 2013.

Craig has been with the bank since November 2011 when she joined SNB as a multi-department assistant. She also has been a customer service representative and currently is an assistant in both the lending and credit departments.  

“LyNae is no stranger to addressing multiple tasks in various departments,” said SNB President Brad Blankenship. “Her willingness to learn and succeed in complex bank platforms and programs is instrumental in keeping workflow moving seamlessly.”  

Craig is a graduate of Enid High School. She is active in the McKinley Elementary School PTA and is a member of the SNB Employee Council.  

CNB announces senior-level,

executive promotions

Central National Bank has made executive and senior-level promotions to support its long-term growth in commercial banking and payment card services.

Dennis Gerhard, Lawrence Yunker and Kip Herburger have received executive-level promotions that reflect their leadership in bank operations and management. Gerhard has been with CNB 34 years and now is executive vice president/bank operations and retail. Yunker is executive vice president/west region manager. He has been with CNB 11 years. Herburger has been promoted to executive vice president/east region manager. He joined the bank in 2009, and leads the bank’s eastern region, treasury and cash management services, heavy equipment and Department of Housing and Urban Development multifamily lending divisions.

Tim Sheehan, Bill Lamb, Adam Baker and Debbie Johnson have been promoted to senior vice president positions. Sheehan brings more than two decades of Tulsa-based commercial lending and credit administration experience to his new role as senior vice president and chief credit officer. Lamb now is senior vice president/IT manager, and has been with CNB 11 years. Baker was promoted to senior vice president, HUD manager/commercial lending officer. He joined CNB in 2009 to develop the multi-family lending group including the region’s only Department of Housing and Urban Development Multi-Family Application Processing (HUD MAP) originator. Johnson, senior vice president/retail manager, has been with CNB 15 years. She is charged with developing innovative consumer banking products such as CNB’s mobile banking and deposit capture application.

CNB celebrated its 100-year anniversary in May. A full-service, FDIC-insured financial institution with nearly $600 million in assets, CNB offers trust services and investment management along with traditional banking products such as checking and savings accounts, time deposits and loan products including Department of Housing and Urban Development Multi-Family Application Processing (HUD MAP) lending, agricultural, transportation, heavy equipment and energy lending.

CNB has branches in Blackwell, Bartlesville, Enid, Mooreland, Tulsa and Woodward. For more information go to the bank’s website at