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Stovall named Okemah Market President for American Exchange Bank

Julie Stovall has been named Okemah Market President at Henryetta based American Exchange Bank. Julie is a lifelong resident of the Okemah Community and resides in Okemah with her husband Jay and their three children Sabrina, Seth, and Sarah. The new branch of American Exchange Bank will be coming to Okemah under Julie’s management.

With more than 25 years of banking experience, Julie has served as Vice President and Commercial Lender at two banks, previously. Julie currently serves on the board of the OBA Consumer Lending School and is a 2018 graduate of the OBA Emerging Leaders Academy.

She holds a bachelor’s degree in finance and a master’s degree in accountancy. In addition, she is currently a senior at the Southwestern Graduate School of Banking at Southern Methodist University.

Julie started her banking career in new accounts and worked her way through various departments in the bank. She states she is looking forward to the branch expansion and the challenges it will bring. “The best part of my job is working with people and building lasting relationships. I am really looking forward to working with my hometown community.”

2 Comments

  1. Geraldine Inez Renfroe on March 18, 2019 at 10:57 pm

    Just wanted to say “Congratulations!”

  2. Pmaspire on October 31, 2023 at 4:38 am

    Hey there! I just read your article about Stovall being named Okemah Market President for American Exchange Bank, and I had to drop you a comment. First off, I wanted to say how well you’ve written this piece. It’s clear, concise, and packed with the information I needed. Your writing style is engaging, making it easy to stay focused on the content.

    As someone who’s always been interested in financial news, I was delighted to come across this article. It’s great to see a bank like American Exchange making significant appointments in local markets. It not only reflects their commitment to serving the community but also their trust in experienced professionals like Stovall. Your article gave me insight into the background of Mr. Stovall and what this role means for the community, and I really appreciate that. It’s refreshing to read articles that are both informative and well-written. Keep up the fantastic work, and I’ll be looking forward to more of your articles in the future!

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