Rick Warren is a native Oklahoman who has lived in Oklahoma City all of his life having been born at the old Mercy Hospital. Rick is a graduate of Star Spencer High School and has completed business course work in numerous fields.
Currently, Rick serves as the Court Clerk of Oklahoma County after being elected in a special election in April of this year. He re-elected to the position last week receiving 56% of the vote. As Court Clerk, he is responsible for presiding over the largest and busiest Court Clerk’s office in the state and his primary duty is to record and maintain court records filed in Oklahoma County. The Court Clerk is also responsible for collecting and accounting for all funds deposited in connection with court proceedings.
Rick is also a small businessman. He owns a construction management company, a shoe store, and a hair salon.
Rick has been married to his wife, Pam, for 48 years. Together they have six children and ten grandchildren with a new grandchild expected to join the family on November 22. His hobbies include training horses, antique guns, but his favorite hobby is being a family man.
Rick’s Sponsors: Leonard Sullivan, Dick Dugger and Joe McClendon
Darrell received an undergraduate degree from Oklahoma State University, a MBA from the University of Central Oklahoma, and a JD from Oklahoma City University School of Law. He is currently employed as a Housing Development Team Leader for the Oklahoma Housing & Finance Agency. In that role, Darrell supervises or administers numerous programs such as the Housing Tax Credits Program and the OHFA Advantage bond program.
A former real estate broker, Darrell is an active member of Crossings Community Church and has served as an adjunct professor.
Darrell enjoys his family, friends, and community and is lucky enough to be married to his beautiful wife, Mary.
Darrell’s Sponsors: Jim Farha, Dennis Shockley, Tim Strange
Jodi is a graduate of Oklahoma State University where she received a Bachelor of Science in Agribusiness and was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority. Currently, she is the Executive Director of the Francis Tuttle Foundation which provides funding for students.
A former Piedmont City Councilor, Jodi has a wealth of experience in non-profit leadership, however, in between her numerous executive leadership roles, she spent seven years performing one of the toughest duties on Earth, being a stay at home mom for her two boys. Currently, she is the President-elect of the Board of Directors for ServeOK, Inc., and is a member of the Board of Directors for Parent Promise and the Oklahoma CareerTech Foundation.
Jodi’s Sponsors: Sherry Fair, Tom Friedemann, and Nathaniel Harding