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April 13, 2014

Primrose presents Leadership class grads

NORMAN — On Tuesday, the Norman Chamber of Commerce graduated both Leadership Norman and Tomorrow’s Leaders.

Over the past several months, participants attended interactive sessions covering a variety of topics including communication, education, personal leadership, quality of life issues, city and state government, health care and economic development. Diana Hartley and Dr. Roger Brown are Leadership Development co-chairs and oversee all Leadership programs.

At graduation, one class member from Leadership Norman is selected by peers to receive the Earl Sneed Leadership Award, presented by Arvest Bank.

This award honors Earl Sneed, a former mayor of Norman from 1960-1964, and recognizes the leadership qualities displayed in his role as dean of the College of Law at the University of Oklahoma, and as vice chairman of the Board of the Liberty National Bank in Oklahoma City.

This year’s recipient was Nathan Thompson. Thompson also served as class speaker, as well as, Matthew Welborn for Tomorrow’s Leaders.

For more information, contact Erica Millar at 321-7260 or erica@normanchamber.com.

· Leadership Norman graduates include: Tessa Breder, Norman Chamber of Commerce; Matt Clouse, Valliance Bank; Julie Coble, University of Oklahoma; Shane Cohea, Norman Regional Health System; Cindy Dimit, Rivermont Retirement Community; Michael Friedman, Prosperity Bank; Jared Gardner, Gardner Insurance; Susan Grossman, Pioneer Library System; Carly Hill, Chickasaw Nation; Kirstin Krug, Monitor Oklahoma; Katie Merrick, Norman Public Schools Foundation; Erica Nichols, Bank of the West; DJ Nuzum, Republic Bank & Trust; Travis Pawley, McKinney Partnership Architects; Ashlie Salisbury, Riverwind Casino; Shad Satterthwaite, Oklahoma National Guard; Heather Sebero, Cleveland County Communities of Excellence Tobacco Control Program; Richie Splitt, NRHS; Kemp Stewart, First American Bank; Heath Tate, MA+ Architecture; Nathan Thompson, Arvest Bank; Kelly Wells, NRHS; Terry Williamson, Moore Norman Technology Center; Erin Williford, Junior League of Norman; and Angie Wright, OU. Co-chairs were Jen Tregarthen, Sam Noble Museum, and Brian McPherson, Shelter Insurance. Both are Leadership Norman graduates.

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