The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK


April 27, 2013

FYI for 4/28/13

Roche Joins Smith Real Estate

Kim Roche recently joined Smith Real Estate as a Realtor associate.

According to a press release, she is known for her excellent organizational abilities, her warm, genuine personality and her expert financial skills. She will join the team of Greg and Kristie Jensen.

Roche has lived in Enid for the past 31⁄2 years, as well as eight of the past 23 years.

An active volunteer in the Enid community, Roche is involved in various ministries within Oakwood Christian Church, is serving as welfare treasurer of the Vance AFB Officers Spouses’ Club and has assisted the Denny Price Family YMCA Water Rockets swim team and Hope Outreach Faith Farm’s ministry. She has more than 23 years of volunteer financial counseling experience, specializing in personal budget counseling.

Roche can be contacted at (580) 231-2263 or 233-4040.

Grace Care announces caregivers of the month

Grace Care Personal Care and In-Home Services recently announced the winners of the Caregivers of the Month awards for the first quarter of 2013.

According to a press release, Gina Harris received the award for her exceptional efforts with her clients, showing professionalism and creativity in coordinating care for each of their specific needs and situations.

Cheryl Tucker is the agency’s first two-time award recipient. She exemplifies all the qualities that make an exceptional caregiver, especially through her attitude, team spirit, intuition and commitment to her clients.

Carol Chermack also received the award for the second time. Chermack is extremely dependable, professional, and a favorite with Grace Care clients and management, according to the release.

CNB promotes Castellanos and Jimenez

Central National Bank recently announced it has promoted Guadalupe Castellanos and Olivia Jimenez.

Castellanos has worked for CNB for five years. He started out as a teller, and most recently was the assistant branch manager at the bank’s 2219 W. Willow location. He was promoted to branch manager and now is at CNB’s 301 South 30th location in Varsity Square by Jumbo Foods’ east store.

Castellanos was born and raised in Enid and graduated from Enid High School. He has an associate degree in pre-med from Northern Oklahoma College.

“Guadalupe has demonstrated great leadership and will be a tremendous asset in bringing awareness to our 301 S. 30th location,” said Debbie Johnson, vice president.

The east side of Enid traditionally has been underserved in the area of financial services, Johnson said. Because of that, CNB has made a strategic business decision to increase marketing activities and events specifically for their Varsity location. CNB opened the South 30th location in 2008 to provide its customers a convenient, east-side location to bank. Varsity, like all CNB locations, is a full-service bank, offering checking and savings accounts, loans, prepaid cards and business banking services.

“Lupe and Olivia will play critical roles in business-develop activities for their branch, Johnson said.

Jimenez has worked for CNB since 2011. She started as a part-time CSR in the bank’s call center. She was promoted to personal banker at the Varsity location. She graduated from Ringwood High School and has an associate degree in business administration from NOC.

“Olivia is just another example of how the bank has been able to hire and grow great people. It’s great when we can promote from within,” Johnson said.

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