The Norman Transcript


June 15, 2008

People in business

Frito-Lay North America sales representative Londell Stover, Purcell, recently was honored as one of PepsiCo’s top sales performers worldwide with induction into the PepsiCo President’s Ring of Honor.

Stover, who has been with the company for five years, is among the less than one quarter of 1 percent of PepsiCo’s 85,000-member global sales force who win this honor each year.

U.S. Rep. Dennis Moore, D-Kansas, has announced the hiring of Megan McClendon as a constituent services aide.

McClendon, formerly of Norman, is responsible for helping constituents resolve problems with federal agencies, such as the Department of State and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

McClendon and her husband moved to Kansas City to be closer to friends and family. McClendon received a bachelor of arts degree in political science and Spanish from Oklahoma City University in 2006 and a master’s of public policy from Pepperdine University in 2008.

Brian Williamson has joined Coppermark Bank as an asset lending control manager responsible for monitoring borrowing base reports, performing field audits and ensuring compliance with regulations, covenants and loan agreements.

Williamson brings with him more than four years of banking-related experience. He has an advertising degree and an MBA from the University of Oklahoma.

Architectural Design Group Inc., an Oklahoma City-based architecture, planning, interiors and program management firm, recently announced that Michael Tower, AIA, has earned Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) professional accreditation recognizing his experience and knowledge of green building practices and principles and the LEED Rating System.

Tower is a project manager for Architectural Design Group Inc. and has been with the firm for six years. He has practiced architecture for 30 years.

— Transcript Staff

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