Archives for: September 2016

Tulsa Hall of Fame 2016 Inductees

  • Portrait of Felicia Collins Correia

    Felicia Collins Correia

    Felicia Collins Correia served as the Executive Director of Domestic Violence Intervention Services (DVIS) for 18 years and as CEO of YWCA Tulsa for 8 years. Originally from New York, she is a graduate of both the Columbia University School of Social Work as well as its School of Public Health. Collins Correia was influential in accomplishing significant systems change initiatives… [Read On]

  • Portrait of Patty

    Patty & Len Eaton

    Patty was born in New York City and is a graduate of Smith College. After graduation, she worked for IBM as a systems service analyst. Arriving in Tulsa in 1972 with her husband, Len, and their three children, she discovered there was no bus service to downtown. That marked the beginning of her involvement in the Tulsa community, leading to Mayor… [Read On]

  • Portrait of Cathy

    Cathy & Frank Keating

    Cathy Keating is a fourth generation Oklahoman whose great grandparents came on the 1894 Land Run. She has focused much of her energy throughout her life on community service, most prominently while First Lady of Oklahoma from 1995 to 2003. Governor Frank Keating was first elected in 1993 and re-elected in 1998, becoming only the second governor in Oklahoma history… [Read On]

  • Portrait of Lilah

    Lilah & Paul Marshall, John Marshall

    When the Great Depression hit, Henry Marshall used all of his family’s savings –$1.67– to turn his wife’s cottage industry of home baked sweet potato pies in Dallas, Texas into what is now known as The Bama Pie Company. In 1931, 16-year-old Paul, the second youngest of the seven Marshall children, left high school to work full-time as a… [Read On]

  • Portrait of Stephanie Seymour

    Stephanie Seymour

    Seymour attended Smith College, graduating magna cum laude and Phil Beta Kappa in 1962 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science. She received her Juris Doctorate in 1965 from Harvard Law School. Moving to Tulsa in 1966, she was a partner in the firm of Doerner, Stuart, Saunders, Daniel & Anderson. Her commitment to equal protection under the law… [Read On]