Richard Faulkner, of Oklahoma City, has been selected as the Citrix Central Region Channel Systems Engineer award recipient.
Citrix is a leader in virtualization, networking and cloud infrastructure to enable new ways for people to work better.
Faulkner has been a member of Citrix’s partner technical expert council for seven years, and has received three additional awards from Citrix for contributing to content development and exams.
As the solutions delivery manager for ISG Technology in Oklahoma City, Faulkner designs Citrix solutions and leads a deployment team.
Eight members of the Norman Police Department’s Pistol Team competed last month in the Dale DeBerry Memorial regional tournament and the Oklahoma state championship in Norman.
Participants came from Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado and Vermont.
Representing Norman were rangemaster Shon Elroy, Sgt. Robert Wasoski, Sgt. William Crews, Sgt. Joshua Barker, master police officer Jeremy Garnand, master police officer Christopher Vinson, officer Casey McCallister and officer Christi Copeland.
During the state competition, Crews, Barker, Garnand and Vinson won first place in the four-man team category. McCallister and Copeland won third place in the two-man team category. Elroy earned one first-place individual award. Barker earned eight first-place awards. Crews earned one first-place, nine second-place and five third-place awards. Garnand earned three first-place and one third-place award. Vinson earned one first-place and one third-place award. McCallister earned one first-place award.
Oklahoma Christian School senior Kamber LeBlanc has been nominated to attend the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Washington, D.C., in November.
The congress is an honors-only program for high school students who want to become physicians or go into medical research fields.
The purpose of the event is to honor, motivate, inspire and direct the top students in the country interested in medicine.
FROM STAFF REPORTS