Former Oklahoma Governor Now Director Of Tulsa Company

Jan 10, 2014

State Rep. Al McAffrey at a bill signing with Gov. Brad Henry - September 13, 2009.
Credit Tiddled / Wikimedia Commons

Former Oklahoma Gov. Brad Henry has become a shareholder and been elected director of a CFS2, a Tulsa-based debt collection company.

The company announced in a press release Thursday that Henry's role will be in the strategic and capital planning process.

Henry said in a statement the company focuses on "nontraditional ways to help consumers overcome financial difficulties."

The company was founded in 2010 by Bill Bartmann, who previously founded the debt-collection company Commercial Financial Services.

A Democrat, Henry served two terms as Oklahoma's governor from 2002 to 2010. Henry and his former chief of staff, Gerald Adams, founded the Henry Adams Companies in 2011.


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