Business Seen for the week of Jan. 14, 2018

Michelle L. Sibley

 

Sprouse Shrader Smith PLLC

Sibley has been elected president of Sprouse Shrader Smith’s 2018 Executive Committee. Sibley has been with Sprouse Shrader Smith for 14 years and has a practice dedicated to oil and gas, real estate, and corporate transactional law. She received her law degree from the University of Oklahoma.

Christopher L. Jensen

Sprouse Shrader Smith PLLC

Jensen has been elected vice president of Sprouse Shrader Smith’s 2018 Executive Committee. Jensen assists clients with issues pertaining to commercial litigation, appellate cases, power and utilities, water, oil and gas, and condemnation/eminent domain.

J.F. ‘Jack’ Howell III

Sprouse Shrader Smith PLLC

Howell has been elected secretary of Sprouse Shrader Smith’s 2018 Executive Committee. He specializes in tax law pertaining to business organizations, structures and transactions. Howell is board certified in tax law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

Alex Fairly

Happy State Bank

Fairly has been added to the Happy State Bank Board of Directors. Fairly is President and CEO of Fairly Group, based in Amarillo. He graduated from West Texas State University (now West Texas A&M) in 1985 with a bachelor’s in business administration. before building the professional sports industry risk consulting practice.

Bill Jennings

Happy State Bank

Jennings has been added to the Happy State Bank Board of Directors. Jennings started his real estate career in 1981 and is currently President and Partner of William C. Jennings Co., a commercial real estate investment firm established over fifty years ago in Fort Worth. He is also Partner in William C. Jennings Management Company.

Floyd Hartman

City of Amarillo

Hartman has been promoted to Assistant City Manager of Planning and Development Services. Hartman, who began his municipal career in the City of Canyon before coming to Amarillo as water and sewer superintendent, has more than 20 years experience in municipal service — 13 of which have been with the City of Amarillo.

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