Thursday, April 7, 2011

Fallin Names 8 To Transportation Commission

Governor Fallin announced today her nominees for the Oklahoma Transportation Commission.

They are: · District 1: John Fidler of Okmulgee, current executive vice president at Citizens Security Bank; replaces Carlisle Mabrey III. · District 2: J. David Burrage of Atoka, current president and CEO of FirstBank; replaces James H. Dunegan. · District 3: Danny Blaine Overland of Shawnee, currently a senior vice president of the Pottawatomie Telephone Corporation; re-appointed. · District 4: Greg M. Love of Oklahoma City, currently the president of the Loves Development Company; replaces Jackie R. Cooper. · District 5: C. Todd Huckabay of Snyder, currently the president and CEO of Bank of the Wichitas; replaces Loyd Benson. · District 6: Bobby J. Alexander of Woodward, owner and operator of Power Rig; replaces Bruce Benbrook. · District 7: Bradley Warren Burgess of Lawton, currently the managing partner at the Burgess and Hightower law firm; re-appointed. · District 8: Peter J. Regan of Tulsa, currently an attorney at Devonshire Investments and former ODOT commissioner; re-appointed.

“Maintaining and continuing to improve and expand our transportation infrastructure is extremely important to the health of our economy and our goal of creating more and better jobs in Oklahoma,” Fallin said. “Each one of these individuals has demonstrated competence and leadership, and I know they’ll serve their state well on the Transportation Commission.”

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