Archives for: March 2010

Tulsa Hall of Fame 2004 Inductees

  • Portrait of Cyrus Avery

    Cyrus Avery

    Cyrus Stevens Avery was born in 1871 in Pennsylvania and moved with his family to Missouri, where he rode a horse to attend high school. After college and marriage in Missouri, Avery moved to Oklahoma in 1897, settling in the oil boom town of Tulsa in 1908, although he’d described it once as a “little… [Read On]

  • Portrait of John Barry

    John Barry

    John E. Barry is a lawyer with the Tulsa law firm of Conner & Winters. A graduate of the University of Oklahoma, he did postgraduate work at the London School of Economics in England under a Fulbright Scholarship, where his roommate was the late Daniel Patrick Moynihan. Mr. Barry currently serves the Tulsa Performing Arts… [Read On]

  • Portrait of Michael D. Case

    Michael D. Case

    Michael D. Case formed Case & Associates Properties in 1983. The company owns and operates more than 23,000 apartment units in six states and several regional shopping centers and office buildings in northeast Oklahoma with a combined value of well over one billion dollars. He has served on the boards of directors of the Metropolitan… [Read On]

  • Portrait of Paula Marshall-Chapman

    Paula Marshall-Chapman

    Paula Marshall-Chapman grew up in Tulsa and spent her teenage years working at the Bama Companies in various occupations. She received her bachelor of science in business from Oklahoma City University in 1982 and her PhD in commercial science, also from OCU, in 1993. Under her leadership, Bama has expanded to provide a wide variety… [Read On]

  • Portrait of David Halpern

    David Halpern

    David Halpern’s interest in photography began in childhood but remained a hobby while he pursued a career in marketing and public relations until he was 38 and was given his first one-man show. His work is included in several permanent collections and he has served as an artist in residence with the National Park Service,… [Read On]

  • Portrait of P. C. Lauinger

    P. C. Lauinger

    P. C. Lauinger, a long-time Tulsa business leader, headed the PennWell Corporation, publisher of Oil & Gas Journal and other trade magazines and business information services, from 1931 unti1 1970 and served as chairman emeritus until his death in 1988. Lauinger was born in Oil City, Pennsylvania and raised in Pittsburgh. He graduated from Georgetown… [Read On]