Chamber Board - Ex OfficioAnne Lasiter is a life-long resident of Marshall County and is the former 2019 President of the Chamber of Commerce.
Anne is married to her husband, Robbie, and they have two beautiful daughters, Amy Dowell and Molly Lasiter. They are blessed with 3 grandchildren.
Anne retired from the U.S. Postal Service and is now a licensed Real Estate Professional for the last 18 years. She is the Owner/Broker of Texoma Realty Group.
Anne graduated from Kingston High School and from the Realtor Institute.
Anne loves the opportunity to help promote Marshall County in any way possible!
Executive DirectorKalynne Johnson became the Executive Director of Marshall County Chamber of Commerce in June, 2018, after retiring with 32 years of service with the U.S. Postal Service. At the time of her retirement she had been the Postmaster of Kingston for 10 years.
Kalynne grew up in Mustang, OK and moved to Kingston her freshman year and graduated with the class of 1978. She became a member of the Kingston High School Alumni Association. After graduation, she remained involved in many city and county activities and has always promoted our small community as best she can.
Kalynne married Harold Johnson in March 1978 and they remain married for over 42 years. Harold and Kalynne have 2 daughters whom both graduated from Kingston as well. Kila Marie lives in Kingston and Kimberlee Jo resides in Austin, TX. They have been blessed with 5 grandchildren and one more on the way. Koltyn, Preslie, Lynnon, Emree and Brooklyn are Kalynne’s pride and joy!
In Kalynne’s spare time, she loves spending time with her girls and grandchildren, going to the lake, boating, watching basketball and baseball games, going on vacation, and loving retirement to the fullest!
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 2020 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.
Chamber Board - PresidentBill Ptomey is the Broker/Manager of VanMeter Realty Lake Office in Kingston. He has served Lake Texoma for the last 20 years specializing in weekend homes, retirement homes and farm & ranch.
Bill has been married for 55 years to his beautiful bride. Bill and his wife have 2 daughters, 5 grandchildren, and 2 great grandchildren.
Bill, formerly from Duncan, OK truly loves this area.
Chamber BoardParadise Donuts – Kingston
Chamber BoardJason Hightower and his wife, Shana, make their home in Kingston. Jason has one daughter, Montana.
Jason is a Real Estate Broker at Lake Homes Realty.
Jason graduated from Kingston High School in 1993, from Southeastern University in 2001 with a Bachelor’s Degree and then a Master’s Degree in 2006.
Jason is looking for community growth and involvement. He enjoys serving on the Board of Directors to help facilitate the needs of Marshall County residents.
Chamber BoardCrystal O’Steen, Kingston Public Schools
Chamber BoardDonny Raley represents the City of Madill on the Board for the Chamber of Commerce. He serves as the Emergency Manager for the City of Madill and is Community Relations Coordinator for the Madill Police Department. He joined the City of Madill after retiring from a 27-year career in law enforcement.
Raley is active in the community volunteering numerous hours for the Madill Schools and other local agencies. He currently serves as Chairman of the National Sand Bass Festival and President of the Madill Rotary Club (2020-2021). He is a member of the Kingston First Baptist Church.
Raley loves to spend time with his two grown daughters and four grandchildren.
Chamber BoardKelli Bradshaw and her husband, Cody, reside in Madill with their two boys, Cooper and Case.
Kelli graduated from Ponca City High School in 2004 and the University of Oklahoma class of 2010. Kelli’s background is in marketing and administration. Before moving to Madill, Kelli was working as the Executive Assistant to the CEO at an oil and gas company in Oklahoma City. For the last few years she has owned an online business that allowed her to work from home by coaching other female entrepreneurs through marketing and online selling. Kelli is also the Office Manager at her husbands business, J Price Energy Services.
Kelli would like to provide an outsiders perspective on ways to create and improve business in Marshall County to increase tourism and fun! She believes we all have a voice and opinions to offer and share.
Personally, Kelli, would love to see the town square in Madill come to life with businesses that will attract people to Marshall County. More money staying in and coming into Marshall County means more improvement in our school systems, buildings, roads and quality of life. She would also like to see an increase in community involvement and pride in our area!
Chamber BoardCrystal Hawkins – Tender Care Home Health – Kingston
Chamber BoardCrystal and her husband, Chase, reside in Kingston with their son, Brantley. They own Texoma Agency Real Estate located in Kingston.
Born in Denver, CO Crystal moved with her family to Kingston in 1997. Right after graduating Kingston High School in 2000 she started her career in the loan department of the banking business for Landmark Bank; later moving forward into marketing and promotion with the Lake Texoma Association. Working for and towards a great mission; promotion of the Texoma region and the protection of Lake Texoma. After 12 years of increasing tourism, working, and networking with area businesses, chambers, concerned citizens, and learning extensive knowledge of the Lake Texoma area, she then decided in 2015 to pursue her career in the real estate industry.
Crystal enjoys helping to bring people into this great community! “We all work hard and strive towards the same goal of growth in Marshall County!” Crystal states.
Chamber BoardSam Jordan – KMAD – Madill
Chamber BoardMichael Herndon – Herndon Construction – Kingston
Chamber BoardDebbie Allen and her husband, Johnny, make their home in Kingston, on Lake Texoma. They have 2 children, Jamie and son-in-law Andrew, and Brandon; two granddaughters, Addison and Blakely, whom are the loves of Debbie’s life!
Debbie first moved to Marshall County in 1985, where she met her husband. After living most of their married life in Ardmore area, they moved back to Marshall County to be on the lake.
Debbie is a counselor at Madill Middle School and loves every minute of it.
This is Debbie’s first year to serve on the Board of Marshall County Chamber of Commerce and is excited about serving her county and contributing in any way that she can.
“Marshall County is a great place to live and work, and seeing it grow and prosper is my goal” is what Debbie states.
Vice-PresidentSummer Bryant and her husband, John, make their home in Madill with their 3 daughters, Autumn, Lily and Sophia.
Summer works as Office Manager of The Madill Record. Summer also helps at Corner Drug and has a photography business. She was the Office Administrator for Brookside Nursing Center. She has worked in healthcare, education and social work.
Summer graduated from Madill High School in 2002. She attended several colleges studying business, photography and photojournalism.
Summer is currently serving as Vice-President of the Chamber of Commerce. She is the President of Partners in Progress and has been very involved in the Relay for Life throughout the years.
Summer strives to make a positive impact on the community, to broaden her business contacts, enhance her leadership and professional skills.
Summer wants to find resources available in our County for people to turn to when they need contact information and to be involved and helping to voice the ideas and concerns of those in the community.
Chamber BoardLauren grew up in Norman, OK and attended OU for undergraduate studies and dental school. She moved to Ardmore where her husband, Travis, is originally from. Lauren works in Storts Dentistry offices in Ardmore, Marietta and Madill.
Lauren and Travis have two children, Sophie and Chris.
Lauren enjoys working all over southern Oklahoma and getting to know the people of Marshall County.
Chamber BoardRick Lane and his wife Kenni make their home in Marietta. They have 4 children, Jedidiah, Micah, Amy and Hannah. They also have 2 grandchildren, Gavin and Oliver.
Rick is the President of First United Bank in Madill. He has worked for First United for 24 years. He is also the President of the Marshall County Economic Development Authority, the Treasurer for the Marshall County Hospital Board and the Treasurer for Madill Lions Club.
Rick has a Bachelor’s Degree in Agricultural Economics from Oklahoma State University.
Rick would like to see Marshall County’s long track record of economic success. He would like to see more jobs at a higher salary, lobby for improvements for Marshall County highways, and work with existing and new businesses in Marshall County.
Rick says “we have the perfect location and resources to continue as Oklahoma’s Biggest Small County”
Vacant Kingston Spot
Chamber BoardJennifer Cook is a life-long resident of Marshall County and is proud to call it her home.
Jennifer and her husband, Casey, were blessed with their son, Grady, this year.
Jennifer has been a licensed Cosmetologist for 12 years and Licensed Medical Micropigmentologist for 4 years.
Jennifer owns and operates a salon, the JEM.
Jennifer graduated from Madill High School in 2004 and from East Central University with a Bachelor of Science degree.
Jennifer is a Chamber of Commerce member because she would love to see our community come together to grow Marshall County and make it Beautiful!
Her goals are to create more reason for people to want to visit Marshall County, give people more incentive to grow our towns by giving incentive and support in small businesses, promote current businesses and for our community to take more pride in making our small hometowns more appealing.