Monday, June 12, 2017

Tulsa Republican Mens Club: June Meeting

Tulsa County Govt. Elects New Leaders

Come join us this month at:

  • Oklahoma Joes (6175 E 61st St, Tulsa, OK), from 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. for another great meeting!

  Lunch is only $13, drink, tax, and tip (pay when you check in at our table in banquet room)  Membership is $20, Ladies $10, open to the public.  For a $25 membership you also get a shirt or hat!
To RSVP call Billie at 918-638-9977 or
(you can now pay with a credit or debit card)
...ask about being a sponsor!

Keep on Keep'n on, growing that is...bring a friend and lets fill the room again! 

Our guests this month is Tulsa County Court Clerk Don Newberry
and Tulsa County Clerk Michael Willis!

Oklahoma Joe's - Tulsa
6175 E 61st St
Tulsa, OK, OK 74136
RSVP:  Billie Bell 918-638-9977 or

This will be an exciting talk - you will be glad you made this meeting!  

 The Tulsa County Republican Men's Club proudly brings you another great meeting: JUNE 14th 11:30 open and start 12:00 noon to 1:00 at 6175 East 61st Tulsa, Ok in Oklahoma Joe's BBQ meeting room. I think you know what we are eating here the great BBQ...for only $13 a salad and a drink - you just cant beat it - and that includes a drink and tip!

Tulsa help us welcome Don Newberry and Michael Willis to our big stage this month. We will meet at our new home Oklahoma Joe's BBQ on 61st Street just West of Sheridan next to Goldie's in the back meeting room. We will get opened up at 11:30 and start promptly at noon. Lunch is $13 buffet style which includes a drink, tax, and tip. We have a special this month...for $20 you get lunch and your choice of a hat or t-shirt (ask Billie to reserve yours or maybe a friend or loved ones size when you RSVP, 918-638-9977). Memberships are $20 and you get a hat or tshirt with it. Ladies $10...add a tshirt for $5. We have a lot of ground to cover and we will plow through quickly so we can get right to the slide show and have plenty of ...time questions. There is a lot happening and I am sure you do not want to miss this opportunity.

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Donald Newberry was born on February 17th, 1967.  He is a third generation Tulsan, a deacon and active member of Memorial Baptist Church, and has served his country in the United States Air Force as an Explosive Ordinance Disposal Specialist.  He earned an Associate's Degree in Business Administration at Tulsa Community College; a Bachelor's in Psychology from Liberty University; an MBA from Liberty University; and a Masters of Jurisprudence in Indian Law (MJIL) from the University of Tulsa School of Law.  He is currently the Title Research Manager in the Tulsa County Assessor's office, and enjoys his work as a public servant. Don lives in Tulsa with his wife and four children in the Jenks School District.

He began his service in local government six years ago, and since that time has been involved in the managing, directing, and budgeting of a department within the Tulsa County Assessor's office.  As a result of his efforts, the department has an improved efficiency and higher productivity rate. Prior to his career in public service, Don spent several years in the mortgage industry.  His work as the Vice President of Sales resulted in 48 million dollars in sales for the company; and his development of a "workflow analysis" system made it possible for the company to track and analyze the effect of the company's marketing strategies and sales. In his spare time, and on the weekends, Don serves as a volunteer in many areas.  He has spent countless hours teaching Sunday School in the Youth Department of his church, mentoring teens, working with troubled youth at the Tulsa County Juvenile Justice Center, and helping the elderly in his community. Don's loyalty and commitment to his family, church, and community is part of what draws people to him.  He works diligently to serve those around him, and inspires the same in everyone he meets.
Michael Willis was elected Tulsa County Clerk on June 28, 2016 and took office in January 2017. He was born in Tulsa and grew up in West Tulsa and Sapulpa. He attended the University of Oklahoma where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Public Affairs and Administration, and later earned a Master of Public Administration also from the University of Oklahoma.

Prior to running for County Clerk, Michael served Tulsa County as Chief Deputy County Commissioner and Public Information Officer for nearly seven years.

Michael's previous experience is grounded in both the private and public sectors as he worked at the City of Tulsa Mayor's Office as the Director of Government Relations and later at a local public relations and management consulting firm where he served a variety of clients in different practice areas.

Michael is involved heavily in the Tulsa Community. He volunteers time as a Reserve Police Officer for the Tulsa Police Department, is a member of the Rotary Club of Tulsa, Leadership Tulsa, Tulsa's Young Professionals, serves on other boards including that of the Tulsa Sports Commission, the TPD Foundation, INCOG and Friends of The MET, and has served on several other community and non-profit boards over the years.

He has also volunteered his service at the state level serving as an appointee of Governor Mary Fallin on the Board of Directors for the Office of Juvenile Affairs from 2014 until October 2016.

Michael and his wife Marcie live in West Tulsa with their two children. They are members of Boston Avenue United Methodist Church where Michael serves as an usher.

Michael is an enrolled citizen of the Cherokee Nation.

You have any questions or would be so kind to Billie at 918-638-9977...for complaints call 1-888-909-7926, for compliments call Darren Gantz at 918-638-7430.  Let's Make America Great Again and while we are at it - how about Tulsa County as well! There will be a people running for District 1 Chair and Vice Chair very soon!  We also have Make America Great Again - Shirts and Hats for sale!  Would you like to run for school board?  Thank you to our new sponsors Hern for Congress and Strategic Talent Services.