Jacqueline ``Jackie`` Watson
Chamber Board - 2018 PresidentEmployed at the Little Law Firm, in Madill, for the last 14 years, Jackie is the office manager and is the Land and Mineral Manager for the Little Family. She attended Murray State College, Southwestern Oklahoma State University and completed a Petroleum Landman Program at Oklahoma City University. A more recent endeavor is completing a Real Estate Licensing course for a Provisional Sales Associate License.
A native of central Louisiana, Jackie moved to Madill in 1992 where she attended Madill Schools until 1999. She married to Jamie Watson and is a mother to 3 children, Brayden(20), Daisey(18) and Harper(3) . Jackie has many interests and hobbies such as bow fishing, boating, volunteering in her community as a member of the Madill Lion’s Club and organizing the annual DanMan Challenge Marathon and co-organizing the Equinox Trail Run and the Reuel Little Classic.
Jackie is the 2018 MCCOC President, and a member of the Board of Directors since January 2013. Prior to being president, Jackie was the chairman of the Bylaws, Legislative , Little Mr. & Miss Marshall County Pageant committee and a member of the Sandbass Festival Committee.
Chamber Board - Ex Officio PresidentTara Orr is a Madill native and alumni of Madill High School and SOSU. Tara married Kingston native, Justin Orr, in 2007 and they made their home just East of Madill. They have one daughter who attends Madill Schools. Tara worked at BancFirst in Madill, Kingston and Tishomingo for 11 years holding various positions. Tara currently is an Agency Representative at Shelter Insurance, Chuck McHatton Agency, Inc. She serves as the current Marshall County Chamber of Commerce President, Madill Lion’s Club President and holds a position on the Board of Directors for the Madill Community Day Care. She and her family are members of the Madill Church of Christ and the Our Community Cares Coalition “OC3”. Tara is excited to be serving as the Marshall County Chamber of Commerce President because “My roots run deep in Marshall County. I want to see the smallest County in Oklahoma grow and thrive and I hope to see us all come together for the greater good of not only our own communities but for our County as a whole. Marshall County has so much to offer our current residents as well as tourists and it is very exciting to see the positive changes taking place.”
Chamber Board - Vice PresidentAnne Lasiter, Texoma Realty Group – Kingston
Chamber Board - TreasurerWill is currently employed, as the Vice President of Commercial Lending, at BancFirst-Madill. With his previous employment at First United-Madill and Landmark Bank-Madill, he has attained eight years of service within Marshall County. Outside of his extensive banking experience, Will has a strong prominence within the agricultural industry, as well.
He graduated from Southeastern Oklahoma State University in 2009 with his Bachelor of Business Administration with an emphasis Management, and recently earned his MBA, from Southeastern, in May 2018. Originally from Stuart, Oklahoma, Will moved to the Kingston area in 2013 with his wife, Audra, and children, Ava and Wyatt.
Will has been a member of the Board of Directors since January 2017 and is currently serving as the 2018 MCCOC Treasurer. He proudly serves as the President of the Lake Texoma Association and Marshall County Water Corporation Treasurer, as well.
In his spare time, Will enjoys running and has completed several half marathons; his most recent accomplishment being an Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon finisher. When he isn’t fulfilling community event commitments, or training for upcoming marathons, Will proudly supports and attends all of his children’s extra-curricular events.
Chamber BoardI have lived in Madill for 14 years with my husband Zack and son Wyatt. I have worked at Landmark Bank for 14 years. I am very active in the community and dedicate a lot of time in seeing that Marshall County grows.
Kay Lynn Johnson
Chamber BoardKay Lynn Johnson grew up in Madill then moved to Stillwater where she graduated form Oklahoma State University. Upon graduation, she returned to Madill and after a few trial career options, began a career as a Realtor with Lake Texoma Real Estate in Kingston. Kay Lynn is excited to be a part of the Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors because “Our community is a great place to visit and live. I am excited to be a part of the positive growth here over the next few years”.
Bill Ptomey - Broker/Manager, Coldwell Banker VanMeter Select
Chamber BoardCalvin and his wife, Jerry Lou are the owner/operators of Beames Farm, a registered Hereford Cattle operation. They live on Alberta Creek Road, in Marshall County, OK.
He is a native of Kingston. He holds an Eighth Grade Certificate of Promotion from Kingston Public Schools, High School Diploma from Santa Fe, NM, BA and MS Degree from New Mexico Highlands University, Las Vegas, NM and PhD Degree from The University of Oklahoma. He is Professor Emeritus, of Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK.
In 1984 he established “The Dark Corner General Store” on Lake Texoma and operated it for 14 years. He served on the Kingston Board of Education for six years. He and Jerry are collectively the parents of nine children, (6 girls and 3 boys), eleven Grand Children and six Great Grand Children.
Calvin and Jerry are members of the United Methodist Church. He is a member of Masonic Lodge, #287, and a Life Member of VFW Post 10584, both of Kingston.
Chamber BoardMargaret Perkins, City of Madill
Chamber BoardCrystal Pierce, Texoma Agency, Kingston, OK
Chamber BoardJason Hightower, Lake Homes Real Estate, Kingston, OK.
Chamber BoardRocio Gallegos, First United Bank, Madill, OK.
Chamber BoardWeston Chapman
Chamber BoardCarol Minor, City Of Madill, OK.
Chamber BoardCrystal O’Steen, City of Kingston
Donny Raley - Madill Police Department
Chamber BoardDonny Raley, Madill Police Department
Denise Wheeler - US Postal Service - Kingston
Chamber BoardDenise Wheeler – US Postal Service – Kingston