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Oklahoma Community Banks Celebrate Milestones
AmeriState Bank in Atoka celebrated its 110th Anniversary on May 20, 2016. Whereas the bank was originally chartered as "Atoka State Bank" in 1906 and opened for business in Indian Territory, the name was changed to "AmeriState Bank" in 2001. The bank has been under the leadership of the McCall family since 1958. Deputy Commissioner Dudley Gilbert (above center) presented a Proclamation from the Oklahoma State Banking Department to Speaker-Elect and CEO Charles McCall (left) and Executive Vice President Charles McCall (right) during the Bank's celebration festivities.
SpiritBank held its Centennial Celebration and Green Tie Gala on May 16, 2016, in honor of the bank's original 1916 establishment as "American National Bank" in Bristow. American National Bank has been managed by the Kelly family since the 1930s and changed its name to "SpiritBank" in 1996 because "spirit" captured the kind of bank the Kelly family wanted to sponsor and to be. Pictured above are Albert (Kell) Kelly, Chairman, SpiritBank; Roger Beverage, President/CEO, Oklahoma Bankers Association; Commissioner Mick Thompson, Oklahoma State Banking Department; and Rick Harper, President/CEO, SpiritBank.
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