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Ken Mixon

Texas Banker/Oklahoma Hunter

Who do you think of when you think of a banker? Perhaps you think of the  bankers trying to foreclose on Kevin Costner’s farm in “Field of Dreams?” Bankers are  usually  portrayed  as  jerks who are trying to foreclose on widows and orphans. I have been a banker for nearly forty years and I want to show you some different sides to one banker – me.
I come from a family of story tellers, from my father’s mother’s family, the Gillhams. When a Gillham told a story at the campfire, you could feel the heat of the sun beating down and hear the calling of an owl just as if you were there.
The stories in this book are half from banking and half from my hunting, my dogs, and my childhood. Some of the stories are humorous, some are serious, and some are a little of both. As you read, you will hopefully share my puzzlement as I listen to a loan request, feel the pounding of a buck’s hooves on the dirt as it gallops toward me, and hear my father’s whistle. If you do, I have accomplished my goal in writing this book.
105 printed pages
Original publication
2016
Publisher
Ken Mixon

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