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March 13, 2014

Muskogee native named Arvest Bank VP

Ken Doke of Muskogee has been hired as vice president of Arvest Bank, and he will focus on business development in Muskogee.  

A native of Muskogee, Doke earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Phoenix.

He is a local businessman who recently owned MedExperts, LLC, a nationwide medical software development firm and currently owns Doke Holdings, LLC, a real estate investment firm in Muskogee.

Doke served on the Board of Advisers for Arvest Muskogee and has experience in mortgage lending and financial planning.

Doke sits on the Board of Advisers for the Salvation Army and is active with various committees for Rotary, Muskogee Economic Development, Muskogee Chamber of Commerce, and Downtown Muskogee Inc.

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