Edward McCabe – Navy wing – Tinker AFB

Navy Wing at Tinker AFB Edward D. McCabe graduated from the University of California at Los Angeles with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. He was commissioned through the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps program in June of 1992 and reported to Pensacola for initial flight training and then to San Antonio for […]

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Bank of Oklahoma

“Growth of Bank of Oklahoma – and new Headquarters”  Steve Bradshaw is president and CEO of BOK Financial Corporation, a top 25 U.S. based financial services company. He oversees the midwest-based corporation which provides commercial and consumer banking, investment and trust services, mortgage origination and servicing, and the TransFund electronic funds transfer network. Bradshaw became […]

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John Holmes – AAR and Airport Modifications

 “AAR Aircraft Maintenance /Modification at the Airport” John Holmes is President and Chief Operating Officer of AAR (NYSE: AIR), a leading aviation services provider to commercial and government customers worldwide. He also serves on AAR’s Board of Directors. Since being appointed President and COO in 2017, Holmes has been focused on maximizing performance and identifying […]

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Robert Clements – United Way Vital Signs

“United Way – Vital Signs” Robert Clements is Executive Vice-President of Clements Foods Co., with responsibility for Finance & Administration. Clements Foods manufactures food condiments including Peanut Butter, Preserves & Jellies, Mayonnaise, Salad Dressings, Mustard, Syrups, Barbecue Sauce and Vinegar. The company was founded in 1953 by Robert’s father and grandfather and is now in […]

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Rule of Law, III – The Great American Experiment

Rule of Law, III The Great American Experiment – John Frost (This is the third in a series dealing with fundamental concepts underlying the Rule of Law as applied to the American Experiment in governance. The previous installment hinted at the teachings of Joseph Raz who is a Visiting Professor of Law and Philosophy at […]

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Nathaniel Harding – Antioch Energy

“Antioch Energy: our legacy, and our future” Nathaniel Harding has an extensive background in petroleum engineering, management and statistical modeling.  He oversees engineering, operations, geo-science, financial analysis, planning, and partner relations.  Nathaniel’s experience in unconventional drilling & completions led to his bringing horizontal development to Antioch’s predecessor, H&S, in 2010, drilling 20 wells in 3 […]

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Winter Party – RSVP

Winter Party Oklahoma History Center No Tuesday Meeting – Attendance will be counted at the Party 6:00-9:00 pm Festive Attire 75.00 per person billed on quarterly Statement Corli Loomis – Chair RSVP

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Holiday Meeting Schedule

No Tuesday Luncheon Dec. 26, 2017 No Tuesday Luncheon January 2, 2018 and No Makeup Required   

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Holiday Program

Annual Holiday Program Performers Caroling – Club 29 Chorale Vocal Solo – Georgia Fiering, Soprano Trumpet Soloist – David Hooten Duet – Sopranos Lou Kohlman and Anne Roberts Middle Eastern music – Mohammad Farzaneh Duet  – Lance McDaniel and Amy Young Piano collaboration – Cheryl Byrd   Video Makeup Chair of the Day Lance McDaniel […]

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John Woods – TSET

“Changes in the TSET Program” Executive Director John Woods is the executive director of TSET. Woods has experience in business and policy at the state and national level. Woods previously worked as the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Norman Chamber of Commerce, serving on the Board of Directors of the Norman Economic Development […]

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John Michael Williams – Unofficial historian of Capitol Hill

John Michael Williams became intrigued with the history of Capitol Hill and South Oklahoma City some 20 years ago and has been researching and speaking about its history ever since. He has been called the ‘unofficial historian of Capitol Hill.’ He is the president of the law firm of Williams, Box, Forshee & Bullard, concentrating […]

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Talita deNegri – Mount St. Marys

The Story of Mount St. Mary Catholic High School Talita DeNegri In 1884, five Sisters of Mercy, at the request of Bishop Theophile Meerschaert, traveled to what was then known as Indian Territory to establish a school for young ladies at the Sacred Heart Mission near Shawnee. When fire destroyed the school in 1901, the […]

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