Honors 2004 recognized key foundation personnel as partners in the work of keeping the Tulsa non-profit community healthy and capable of fulfilling its charitable missions.
Jeanne Gillert is Grants Manager for The Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation, The Maxine and Jack Zarrow Family Foundation and The Zarrow Families Foundation. She started her social services career as an intake counselor at the District Court Tulsa County Juvenile Bureau. She launched her career with non-profits as Executive Director of Court Appointed Special […]
R.H. (Hank) Harbaugh, Jr.
R.H. (Hank) Harbaugh, Jr. is a co-trustee of The Oxley Foundation. Hank grew up in Enid, received a B.A. from Oklahoma State University and a J.D. from the University of Oklahoma. He served in the U.S. Army before coming to Tulsa in 1971, where he began practicing law with the firm now known as Conner […]
Donald F. Marlar
Donald F. Marlar is a Trustee of the Grace and Franklin Bemsen Foundation. Don is Chairman and CEO of Pray, Walker, Jackman, Williamson & Marlar. He is a graduate of Arkansas State University with a degree in Business Administration, the University of Tulsa College of Law with a Juris Doctorate, and George Washington University in […]
Joseph W. Morris
Joseph W. Morris is a Trustee of the Sarkeys Foundation and a shareholder of the law firm of Gable & Gotwals. He holds degrees from Washburn University and the University of Michigan. He has been General Counsel of Shell Oil and Amerada Petroleum, Chief Judge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District […]
Donne W. Pitman
Donne W. Pitman is Manager of Chapman Foundations Management, responsible for and managing all investments pertaining to Chapman Trusts as well as The Mary K. Chapman Estate. Mr. Pitman graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree from Colorado University and did graduate studies at the University of Tulsa. He began his career with the Chapman […]
Robert S. Rizley
Robert S. Rizley is the most senior member of the trustees of the Sarkeys Foundation. His studies at the University of Oklahoma and the University of Michigan law school were both interrupted by service as a Marine Corps officer, first in World War II and then the Korean War. Judge Rizley came to Tulsa to […]