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Guthrie Chamber Small Business of the Year: State Farm Kevin Craft

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Kevin Craft’s business in Guthrie began five years ago on South Division Street and moved downtown in the summer of 2017. Craft moved here from Arkansas with his wife Hannah and their two children, Thomas and Klare. In addition to his work at State Farm, Craft is an active community member. Currently, Craft is a Rotary Club Board Member, We Shake Hands Mentor, Watch DOGS Chairman and serves as a Guthrie YMCA Council Member, Guthrie YMCA’s “Togetherhood” Chairman and Edmond Sports & Regulation Council Member.
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Meet the ‘89ers Parade Marshal: Brig. Gen. Theresa M. Casey

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This year’s ‘89ers Celebration theme is “Women of the Frontier” and retired Brig. Gen. Theresa M. Casey, the recently announced ‘89ers Parade Marshal, is exactly that. Among Casey’s 27 active years in the Air Force, from which she retired in Dec. 2009, she was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal and Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon with Bronze Star.
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Sterkel Promoted to InterBank President of Guthrie

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I n t e r B a n k ’ s Board of Directors is pleased to announce the promotion of Brian Sterkel to Community Bank President of the Guthrie market. Brian is a native of Guthrie and a 1995 Guthrie High Alum. He graduated from St. Gregory’s University with a degree in communications and was a four year letterman of the SGU golf team.