Welcome to the Fredrick E. Russell Investment Management Company.

 
 

Fredric E. Russell
Investment Management Co.

Utica Place Tower
2200 South Utica Place, Suite 430
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74114

Phone: (918) 743-5959
E-mail: contact@ferimc.com

 

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Recent Articles from The Tulsa World
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