Bank of Oklahoma

“Growth of Bank of Oklahoma – and new Headquarters”  Steve Bradshaw is president and CEO of BOK Financial Corporation, one of the largest bank holding companies in the U.S. 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. […]

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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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Criminal Justice Advisory Council

OKLAHOMA COUNTY CRIMINAL JUSTICE ADVISORY COUNCIL – Roy Williams In 2015 the Oklahoma County Commissioners were facing a crisis situation relative to the ever growing and highest ever county jail population of approximately 2,600 on a daily basis. The 1,250 bed facility was vastly overcrowded and the United States Department of Justice had cited over […]

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Four Way Test-2

In 1932 when Herb Taylor was made president of Club Aluminum Products Company in Chicago, Illinois. The company employed 250 people, was bankrupt — over $400,000 in debt (equal to about $6.4 million today). The country was in the midst of what we know today as The Great Depression. Not an ideal time to be […]

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News and Announcements – Jan – June 2018

January 9, 2018 Winter Party Photos   1-16-18 Starting this week, there will be an addition to our weekly program.  Following the singing of the National Anthem.  For many decades, Rotary Clubs and Rotarians around the world have used The Four Way Test as an instrument to develop respect and understanding among people.  The 4 […]

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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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Message from2018-19 Program Chairs

Dear Club 29 Rotarians: We are honored and excited that our president-elect, Tom Phillips, invited us to serve as co-chairs of the Program Committee for the Rotary Club #29 year beginning July 1, 2018. Tom and the Program Committee will ensure continuation of the top-level programs our membership has grown accustomed to hearing. It is […]

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Grateful Attitude 2018 – Lauren Branch

Grateful Attitude- 2018 – Lauren Branch Every year seems to go by just a little bit faster than the year before, and for me, this past year was no exception. Days quickly turned into weeks, and weeks morphed into months. Before I knew it, I was looking at 2017 in my rear-view mirror and preparing […]

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Lessons from being a clown

Lessons from being a Clown – Ted Streuli About every third icebreaker someone asks for a self-fact that the others in the group don’t know. Thankfully, that is not a Rotary tradition. But it happens enough that I have a few default answers: I shave with a mug and brush and an old school safety […]

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