Bancfirst in Frederick employees donate to prevent child abuse


The employees of Bancfirst from left are Marie Steckley, Ashley Rodriquez, Debbie Robertson, Amber Boyd, Paula Doze, Jacob Noyola, Laura Rodriquez, Reba Sheffield, John Amyx, Jennifer Robuck, Fallon Love, Mark Bobo, Tahnee Hunt, Natalie Hilburn and Cullen Worthington.


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The employees of Bancfirst in Frederick wore jeans and matching T-shirts April 13 to raise money for “Casual 4 Kids” day.

BancFirst employees wore jeans and their ‘Casual 4 Kids’ T-shirts to work in exchange for a donation to Parent Promise, a leader in child abuse prevention and education in Oklahoma for nearly 30 years.

“We believe in the work Parent Promise is doing in Oklahoma, and we are more than happy to do what we can to help further their mission,” BancFirst Frederick President Jason McQueen said. “I’m also proud of our employees for actively showing their commitment to this community that BancFirst is all about.”

The employees of Bancfirst from left are Marie Steckley, Ashley Rodriquez, Debbie Robertson, Amber Boyd, Paula Doze, Jacob Noyola, Laura Rodriquez, Reba Sheffield, John Amyx, Jennifer Robuck, Fallon Love, Mark Bobo, Tahnee Hunt, Natalie Hilburn and Cullen Worthington.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_Casual-4-Kids-2017.jpgThe employees of Bancfirst from left are Marie Steckley, Ashley Rodriquez, Debbie Robertson, Amber Boyd, Paula Doze, Jacob Noyola, Laura Rodriquez, Reba Sheffield, John Amyx, Jennifer Robuck, Fallon Love, Mark Bobo, Tahnee Hunt, Natalie Hilburn and Cullen Worthington. Courtesy photo
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