First United Bank announces Dan Boren as Oklahoma president

First United Bank Chief Banking Officer and Oklahoma President Dan Boren

DURANT, Okla. — First United Bank has announced Dan Boren as their chief banking officer and president of Oklahoma. In this role, he will oversee and provide leadership to all Oklahoma banking locations.

“I am excited to have Dan join our team,” First United CEO Greg Massey said. “His passion for serving Oklahoma aligns perfectly with our purpose at First United. His experience and knowledge, as well as his desire to make an impact, will continue to empower our communities to ‘Spend Life Wisely.’”

Boren joins First United with numerous years of experience shaping the economic, technology, health and energy sectors across Oklahoma. Most recently, Boren served as president of corporate development for the Chickasaw Nation and previously served our state as a congressman from Oklahoma’s 2nd Congressional District from 2004 to 2013. 

Outside of work, he is passionate about contributing to communities across Oklahoma. He currently serves on the boards of the Jasmine Moran Children’s Museum, Seminole State College Educational Foundation, OU Children’s Hospital Foundation, Infinity Capital Partners, Oklahoma Academy, OKC Boathouse Foundation, Domestic Energy Producers Alliance, Sovereign Asset Management (chairman), Walnut Creek Property Investments and the Last Frontier Council (Boy Scouts of America), the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence, Stella Nova, Swift MD and Soldier Strong. Boren resides in Edmond with his wife, Andrea, and their two children. 

Joining Massey in congratulating Boren is Gov. Bill Anoatubby of the Chickasaw Nation.

“Dan is like family to us, and we could not be happier for him and his new venture,” Anoatubby said. “He has been a leader for us in our business diversification strategy, and we are pleased that he will continue serving us by being a valuable independent director on some of our business unit boards.”

Boren said he is deeply honored to join the First United Bank Team.

“I have known the Massey family for many years and have witnessed them leading with integrity and vision while building a culture of care in the communities they serve,” Boren said. “I look forward to using my experience and passions to continue to serve the communities of Oklahoma. My family and I are deeply appreciative of Gov. Bill Anoatubby and the Chickasaw Nation for the past seven years of service.”

First United’s purpose is to “inspire and empower others to spend life wisely” through a holistic approach to life that encompasses faith, financial well-being, health and wellness and personal growth. Learn more at

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