The Edmond Sun

Business

September 24, 2011

UMB hires Huddleston as vice president

OKLA. CITY — UMB Financial Corporation is pleased to announce Stacey Huddleston has joined UMB as vice president of commercial business development. In this role, Huddleston is responsible for new business development in the western half of Oklahoma, local commercial strategy development and taking an active and leading role in the Oklahoma City community.

Huddleston has more than 11 years of experience in the financial services industry. Prior to joining UMB, he was employed by Kirkpatrick Bank in Edmond, as vice president in commercial lending. Before that, Huddleston spent nine years at Wells Fargo & Co. in Oklahoma City as a senior branch sales manager.

Actively involved in his community, Huddleston sits on the board for the Oklahoma Heritage Association Second Century Board and the Deer Creek Schools Foundation. Huddleston was named one of the “Top 20 Under 40” in 2011 by The Business Times of Edmond and is a graduate of Leadership Edmond (2010 class).

Huddleston earned a Bachelor of Science degree in marketing and economics from Illinois State University in Normal, Ill. He also has received Commercial Financial Statement Certification from the Oklahoma Bankers Association and a Commercial Bankers Certification from the American Bankers Association.

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