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April 29, 2013

McElroy joins Arvest Bank-OKC branch, as Regional Investment Officer

DUNCAN — Jeff McElroy has joined Arvest Bank as a Regional Investment Officer. He will be based out of Oklahoma City, but will have primary market responsibility for the Shawnee and Southwest Oklahoma markets.  

McElroy is a Duncan native, who now resides in OKC with his wife, Jennifer, and their three children, Graeme, Gavin and Caroline. He is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma, with a degree in finance. He is a Certified Financial Planner® and brings over 19 years of experience in multiple areas of financial management.

McElroy is active in the community coaching little league baseball and participating in various church related activities. He is also involved with the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce and serves on the University of Oklahoma School of Business Alumni committee.

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