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January 2, 2013

New agent at State Farm

CHICKASHA — Joe Victery knows his job, is a Grady County native and he's back at State Farm in Chickasha.

Victery has been with State Farm for 10 years. He had his own office in Weatherford, Okla. when Joella Fullbright asked him if he'd like to come home to Chickasha.

Fullbright retired on Dec. 31, 2012 after 21 plus years of service at State Farm in the Chickasha area.

Victery is keeping the same office at 1706 S. 4th St. in Chickasha. After commuting for a few months, Victery and his family have made themselves home West of Chickasha. His children attend Pioneer Elementary.

Victery brought along one of his employees, Molly Sims, to the office in Chickasha with him.

"Come by and see us," Victery said.

Fullbright has planned to pursue her interests including taking art and beading lessons as well as traveling. Fullbright plans to spend time with her grandkids as well.

Fullbright said that Victery good at his job and that she feels confident leaving State Farms customers in his hands.

"I think he will be good to my people," she said.

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