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David R. Harlow '80

Alumnus, Parent of Alumnus
Committee: Finance
David Harlow is a Regional Executive of BancFirst as President of BancFirst Oklahoma City where he oversees the management and administration of BancFirst Corporation's largest bank since 2003.
After graduating from Casady in 1980, Mr. Harlow received his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Southern Methodist University. He earned his M.B.A. from the University of Oklahoma and began his career in the financial sector in 1986 as a Loan Administration Officer with Liberty Bank and Trust. Mr. Harlow spent 11 years with Liberty and was Senior Vice President-Manager of the Metropolitan Lending Division when he left the bank. In 1999, after two years as Executive Vice President of Dorchester Capital Corp., Mr. Harlow joined the BancFirst organization as Executive Vice President for BancFirst Oklahoma City. He is a member of BancFirst's Board of Directors, executive committee, senior loan committee, and senior trust committee and serves on the board of directors of BancFirst subsidiaries Council Oak Partners and BancFirst Insurance Services. In the Oklahoma City community, Mr. Harlow is a member of the boards of YMCA of Greater Oklahoma City, United Way of Central Oklahoma, St. Anthony Hospital, Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, and the Oklahoma Health Center Foundation.
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