The Norman Transcript


June 9, 2013

People in business

NORMAN — First American Bank announces promotion

First American Bank announces Staci Pruett as the new Vice President of Regional Business Development for Moore and South Oklahoma City.

Staci Pruett has over twenty-four years of experience in the banking industry starting with Friendly Bank/Bank One. Pruett moved to Tri Star National Bank and then Republic Bank before joining the team at First American. Pruett says she is “very excited to be joining First American’s Team and serving Moore and South Oklahoma City’s families and businesses.”

She received her Bachelors of Business Administration from the University of Oklahoma and is a graduate of Leadership Moore. Pruett has had multiple roles that have contributed to her success in leadership positions. Her experience includes Moore Chamber of Commerce Board Member, Co-Chairperson of Leadership Moore, Board Chairperson at First Christian Church of Moore, and Treasurer of Southmoore Band Parents Association.

Pruett shares that the banking industry has been her passion for years, “I truly enjoy serving and assisting others. Banking allows me to play a part in helping customers with their life goals and dreams.” She is committed to helping others achieve their financial goals, but her community involvement shows her enthusiasm for helping others. She is a member of both the Moore and South Oklahoma City Chambers of Commerce, Scholarship Committee Chair of First Christian Church of Moore, the Family Time Coordinator at Logos Ministy and a member of the Wayland Bonds PTA.

Apart from her career as a banker, Pruett, born and raised in Oklahoma, enjoys spending time with her husband, John, and two kids, Michael and Madison.

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