, Muskogee, OK


February 12, 2013

Robinson goes to American Bank westside division

— American Bank of Oklahoma has added Ben “Bulldog” Robinson to its Muskogee west side division. Robinson is a longtime Muskogee resident and community leader.

“I am thrilled to have Bulldog as our newest addition to American Bank of Oklahoma,” said Joe Landon, president and chief executive officer. “He has served on our advisory board for years and has always been a great friend and resource to the bank.”

Robinson came to Muskogee in 1978 where he owned and operated insurance agencies. He served as District 9 state senator from 1988 to 2004. In 2005, he began work in the congressional office for Dan Boren.

American Bank of Oklahoma is a community bank originated in Collinsville in 1998, and serving customers with divisions in Muskogee, Ramona and Skiatook. Information: (918) 371-7300 or logon to

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