By First National Bank & Trust Co.

First National Bank & Trust Co. welcomes James P. Boggs as executive vice president. Boggs has had a long and impressive career in the banking industry and has proven himself to be a leader in the community. He brings more than two decades of experience in management and business development to FNBOK. Boggs has a background in branch development, bank operations and 20 years as a commercial relationship manager. He most recently served as a bank market president.

“We are excited to have James as part of our team. His diverse leadership and experience with businesses of all sizes in many sectors will help our community achieve great things,” said David Durrett, FNBOK market president.

As executive vice president, Boggs will assist with the strategic growth of the bank and continue to serve businesses in the commercial, industrial, real estate, medical, and oil and gas industries.

“The opportunity with First National Bank & Trust Co. allows me to continue my efforts in serving others and growing jobs for Oklahoma businesses,” Boggs said.

An Oklahoma native, Boggs was raised in Okeene and was an honors graduate of Oklahoma State University. He holds a degree in business from the Spears School of Business and serves on the OSU Foundation Board of Governors. Active in the community, he is the immediate past president of the Harold Hamm Diabetes Center, president of the Edmond Rotary Club, member of the Regional Transportation Authority Board of Directors and graduate of Leadership Oklahoma City Class XXV. He and his wife, Dayna, reside in Edmond and have two daughters, Lora and Ana Grace.

About First National Bank & Trust: Based in Shawnee, Oklahoma, with branches in Oklahoma City, Midwest City, Lawton, Holdenville, Granite, Mangum, Canute, and a LPO in Edmond. Chartered as First Oklahoma Bank in June 1983, it was purchased by the Citizen Potawatomi Nation in February 1989 and changed its name to First National Bank & Trust Co. Headquartered at 130 East MacArthur in Shawnee, Oklahoma, its assets exceed $700 million.