Oklahoma Farm Bureau board of directors
Oklahoma Farm Bureau’s grassroots membership elect the leaders of their organization.
The Oklahoma Farm Bureau board of directors is comprised of one director from each of the nine OKFB districts in addition to the President, who serves in an at-large capacity.
State board members are elected to three-year terms and can serve a maximum of three consecutive terms. The OKFB president serves two-year terms with a term limit of four consecutive terms.
The chair of the OKFB Women’s Leadership Committee and the chairman of the OKFB Young Farmers & Ranchers Commit-tee also serve on the state board.
Rodd Moesel is in the horticulture business in far west Oklahoma City.
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Vice President, District 2 Director
Roger Mills County
Monte Tucker is a
rancher from Sweetwater,
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Secretary, District 6 Director
James Fuser raises soybeans, corn, wheat and hay, in addition to his cow-calf operation near Afton, Oklahoma.
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Treasurer, District 9 Director
Jim Meek is a third-generation Okmulgee County rancher who lives near the town of Okmulgee.
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District 1 Director
Leon Richards owns a dryland farming operation in addition to a cow/calf operation.
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District 3 Director
David VonTungeln has been a Candian County farmer and rancher for more than 40 years.
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District 4 Director
Kerry Givens is a cattle order buyer and has a cow/calf operation.
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District 5 Director
Mike Clark raises cattle on his family operation in LeFlore County.
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District 7 Director
Stacy Simunek is a farmer and rancher and runs a family-owned hay equipment business in Kay County.
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District 8 Director
Mike Leverett raises cattle and grows cattle and horse hay in McClain County.
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For information about the Board of Directors, please contact Melisa Neal.
Farm Bureau Women’s Leadership Committee
(For information about the Women’s Committee, please contact Marcia Irvin.)
- Mignon Bolay – Chair, Noble County
- Cindy Schoenecke – Vice Chair, District Nine, Lincoln County
- Karen Dodson – Secretary, District Three, Caddo County
- Robin Bryant– District One, Dewey County
- Paula Sawatzky – District Two, Custer County
- Sandra Berry – District Four, Stephens County
- Arlene LeMaster – District Five, LeFlore County
- Kelly Blair – District Six, Cherokee County
- Terry Pederson – District Seven, Alfalfa County
- Jan Marie Long – District Eight, Pontotoc County
Farm Bureau Young Farmers & Ranchers Committee
(For information about the Young Farmers & Ranchers Committee, please contact Zac Swartz.)
- Logan & Brittany Hukill – Chair, District 3, Caddo County
- Will & Leslie Lewis – Vice Chair, District 9, Okmulgee County
- Chris & Ashley Hoskins – Secretary, District 6, Rogers County
- Chism Sander – District 1, Dewey County
- Gaven & Taylor Harting – District 2, Jackson County
- Cody & Kara Goodknight – District 4, Comanche County
- Jared & Bay Engler – District 5, McCurtain County
- Jaden Brunnemer – District 7, Woods County
- LC & Jaclyn Darling – District 8, Coal County
- Austin Jackson – At Large, Payne County
- Newlin Humphrey – Collegiate Farm Bureau representative, Payne County