Currie Ballard, 54, is a historian who was appointed to the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board a second time in 2011 by Gov. Mary Fallin. He also was on the board from 1999 to 2003. Prosecutors list his address as Coyle.
Marc Dreyer, 66, is a senior pastor at Memorial Baptist Church in Tulsa and a former Drug Enforcement Administration agent. He also has served on the parole board before. He began his current term in 2011 after being appointed by Fallin. Prosecutors list his address as Broken Arrow.
Richard L. Dugger, 74, was a longtime district attorney in western Oklahoma. He was appointed to the parole board by the Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals and has served since 2004. Prosecutors list his address as Oklahoma City.
Lynnell Harkins, 73, is an attorney and former special judge. She has been on the parole board twice, the latest time since 2004. She was appointed by the Oklahoma Supreme Court. Prosecutors list her address as Oklahoma City.
David E. Moore, 65, was appointed by Fallin in 2011. He is a former vice president of operations of Avalon Correctional Services and a former U.S. Secret Service agent. Prosecutors list his address as Edmond.