Tulsa Hall of Fame Inductees

Tulsa Hall of Fame 2018 Inductees

  • Portrait of Steve Bradshaw

    Steve Bradshaw

    Steve Bradshaw was born in Bartlesville, Oklahoma and spent all but 18 months of his childhood in that community. The exception is when he lived in The Hague, Netherlands from 1969 to 1970. Steve holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Finance from the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond, graduating in 1982. Steve opened the… [Read On]

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  • Portrait of Chet Cadieux

    Chet Cadieux

    Chester (Chet) Cadieux III, a Tulsa native, is the Chairman and CEO of QuikTrip Corporation, a regional gasoline/convenience store operation based in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  The company was founded in 1958 by his father, Chester Cadieux II and is now the 33rd largest privately-held company in the United States.  For 15 consecutive years, QuikTrip has been… [Read On]

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  • Portrait of Ken Lackey

    Ken Lackey

    Ken Lackey has lived in Tulsa for more than 50 years. During that time he served in executive positions for several well-known Tulsa companies including Skelly Oil Company, KinArk Corporation, Flint Industries, and NORDAM. He was President of Flint Industries from 1985 to 1995; CEO of NORDAM from 2002 until 2009 and its Executive Chairman… [Read On]

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  • Portrait of Phyllis

    Phyllis & Guy Logsdon

    After moving to Tulsa in 1967 with their four daughters, Guy and Phyllis Logsdon became steeped in the culture, art and music of Tulsa. Both are native Oklahomans: Guy from Ada and Phyllis from Okemah. Guy completed his doctorate from the University of Oklahoma and was the youngest library director of a major university in… [Read On]

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  • Portrait of Nancy McDonald

    Nancy McDonald

    When Nancy came to Tulsa in 1966, she set right to work blazing trails in many different sectors.  As a parent of school age children, her first focus was to help integrate Tulsa Public Schools, even though it was a decade after the Supreme Court ruling in Brown v. Board of Education. In 1975, she… [Read On]

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