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Oklahoma City University Awards of Excellence women honored at luncheon

by Helen Ford Wallace Modified: May 17, 2013 at 12:50 pm •  Published: November 22, 2010

Annie Bohanon, Dr. Jan Henry, Karen Luke, Kris Frankfurt were at The Coach House for the luncheon. (Photos by David Faytinger).

The Societies of Oklahoma City University members honored 2011 Awards of Excellence honorees at a luncheon at The Coach House. Hostesses were Annie Bohanon, Kris Frankfurt, Karen Luke and Polly Nichols.

Honorees were Jeannette Sias, Oklahoma City University Distinguished Philanthropist Society Award; Jenny Love Meyer, Kirkpatrick-Petree Music and Performing Arts Society Award; Julie Hall, Dulaney-Browne Library Society Award; Lori Hill, Norick-Hulsey Gallery Society Award.

Speakers were  Kirk Hammons, Awards of Excellence event chairman, and Cathy Leichter, Societies President. Linda Garrett is co-chairman of event.

After presenting diamond star pins to the new honorees, one was given to Society member Berta Faye Rex who lost hers in a house fire.

Among those at the event were Judy Love, Linda Lambert, Kay Goebel, Jill King, Ann Alspaugh, Cheryl Browne, Barbara Brou, Miki Farris, Annie Bohanon, Meg Salyer, Jeaneen Naifeh, Ann Johnstone, Kathy Walker, Gene Barth, Jan Henry, Joan Gilmore, Vicki Gourley, Dannie Bea Hightower, Nancy Ellis, Beth Tolbert, Berta Faye Rex, Sue Ann Hyde, Ann Felton and Rita Moore.

Honorees were Julie Hall, Lori Hill, Jeanette Sias.

by Helen Ford Wallace
Society Editor
Helen Ford Wallace is a columnist covering society-related events/news for The Oklahoman. She puts local parties online with daily updates. She creates, maintains and runs a Parties blog which includes web casts. She is an online web editor for...
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