Archives for: October 2011

Tulsa Hall of Fame 2011 Inductees

  • Portrait of Roy Clark

    Roy Clark

    Roy Clark was 15 when he earned $2 for his first paid performance with his dad’s band in Washington D.C. He started playing weekends at bars and hot spots and then, dropping out of school, played every night. Then he made his first appearance on the Grand Ole Opry. He had arrived. He was 17… [Read On]

  • Portrait of Sharon King Davis

    Sharon King Davis

    Things catch your eye in the beginning of the resume of Sharon King Davis. Her grandchildren Cooper and Eden are sixth generation Tulsans, and she’s taught preschoolers in her church Sunday School for 30 years. Sharon is partner in the King family businesses, commercial real estate such as KingsPointe Village and Kings Landing, and some… [Read On]

  • Portrait of John and Marge Gaberino

    John and Marge Gaberino

    As a couple, John and Marge Gaberino impact Tulsa through a range of philanthropic, civic, and business activities. They grew up in Holdenville, Oklahoma and were teenage sweethearts. Marge started developing her leadership skills in high school as President of the Student Council, followed by being elected President of her freshman class at St. Mary’s… [Read On]

  • Portrait of Therese Gottschalk

    Therese Gottschalk

    Sister M. Therese Gottschalk led Tulsa’s St. John Hospital more than 35 years with a vision and dedication that saw St. John grow into a tri-state, fully integrated healthcare system. Sister Therese was born Mary Therese Gottschalk in Bavaria, Germany, the second of fourteen children. She entered the Sisters of the Sorrowful Mother in 1952… [Read On]

  • Portrait of Steadman Upham

    Steadman Upham

    Dr. Steadman Upham became 17th president of The University of Tulsa in June 2004. His administration has been highlighted by strengthening the quality of students and faculty, expanding academic programs, maintaining strong enrollments, and adding more than a million square feet of state-of-the-art facilities to the TU campus. In addition, Upham has overseen the largest… [Read On]