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Local businesspeople join Arvest Bank Board of Directors

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Two local businesspeople have been selected to serve on the board of directors for Arvest Bank in Springfield, according to a Jan. 17 news release.

Ryan Stack, general manager of Springfield Remanufacturing Corp.'s Heavy Duty Division, and Jean Harmison, owner of Club Management Services, have joined the board.

“We are blessed in this community to have so many talented and dynamic businesspeople who are willing to help guide our bank," said Rodney Shepard, president and CEO for Arvest Bank in Springfield, in the release. "Jean Harmison and Ryan Stack are prime examples of the quality business leadership we can rely on to help Arvest Bank help our customers in Springfield."

Ryan Stack - the son of SRC Holdings Corp. CEO Jack Stack - has held his current position with SRC for three years and has worked for the company since June 1999. He also has been involved in the community with United Way of the Ozarks and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

Harmison founded Club Management Services in 1997. The firm provides administration services for clubs and associations, taking care of tasks such as mailings, newsletters, Web site maintenance and event planning, according to Springfield Business Journal archives.

She also is a supporter of the Muscular Dystrophy Association and last year was appointed to the board of directors for the Sigma Kappa Sorority Corp., which has a chapter at MSU, the release said. Jean Harmison is married to Jerry Harmison of Harmison & Pearman PC, who serves as chairman of the Springfield Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.

Arvest Bank's more than 230 branches in Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas and Oklahoma operate through a network of 16 locally managed banks, which each have its own advisory board of directors and management team.
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