BY Staff Reports
Sunday, March 10, 2013
3/10/13 at 4:33 AM
The Oklahoma chapter of the American Institute of Architects elected Tulsa architect Daryl Bray as vice president for 2013. Bray is chief operating officer at SGA Design Group. He is a graduate of the University of Texas and joined SGA in 1998. Other officers for 2013 include Michael Birkes of Tulsa as secretary and Brad Gaskins of Tulsa as immediate past president. Board members include Scott Ambler of Bartlesville and Michael Biery of Tulsa.
W Design hired Samantha Zitter as a director of interiors. She has a bachelor's in interior design from Oklahoma State University.
Stonebridge announced Adam Hutchinson joined the management team as vice president, oil and gas solutions.
Miratech appointed Tim Martin to a project manager position in the Tulsa office. He has a bachelor's in mechanical engineering from the University of Tulsa. Frank Reder was appointed to an acoustic engineer position.
Stanfield & O'Dell, an accounting, audit and business consulting firm, announced Ron Johnson joined as an audit associate.
GableGotwals announced G. Blaine Schwabe III and Robert J. Getchell joined the team. Schwabe joined as a new of counsel attorney. Schwabe's practice will focus on business litigation, bankruptcy and insolvency, debtor-creditor relations, and commercial law. He has a law and bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Oklahoma. Getchell joined as a new of counsel attorney in the Tulsa office. Getchell's practice will focus on real estate law. He has a law and bachelor's degree in history from Oral Roberts University.
Keep Broken Arrow Beautiful named its 2013 board of directors and newly elected board members. Peggy Striegel, president of Striegel Advertising, was named board chair. New board members elected for a three-year term were Kelley Rash, Dale deReign and Janet Pippin.
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