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Significant Women in Oklahoma Agriculture

Significant Women in Oklahoma Agriculture is a collaborative program between the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food & Forestry and Oklahoma State University to recognize and honor the countless women across all 77 counties of the state, from all aspects and areas of the agricultural industry for their tremendous impact on agriculture in their communities. The honorees were nominated by their peers and selected by a committee of 14 industry professionals.

Gaye Pfeiffer
Emily Oakley
Blayne Arthur
Carol Cowan
Maxine Haydon
Katie Plohocky
Pam Snelson
Susan Allen
Amber McFerran
Tiete Lycklama
Sue Rendel
Dr. Mindi Clark
Karen Eifert Jones
Eileen Day
Barbara Jacques
Jan Sebo
Francie Kucera Tolle
Dana Bessinger
Kellie Muller
Lynda Lucas
Rochelle King
Nina Webb
Terry Forst
Brittany Krehbiel and Karen Krehbiel Dodson
Shelley Wong
Anita Van Der Laan
Araine Cash
Suzanne Gilbert
Marjorie Moesel
Louise Bryant
Virginia Norris Rogers
Carolyn Piguet
Wathina Luthi
Jolene Snow
Courtney Talbot
Una Belle Townsend
Dr. Kay Helms
Vikki Schumacher
Nikki Schuth-Mitchell
Brandi Herndon
Bobbie Steenbergen
Dr. Rebekah Hartfield
Rae Ann Blakley
Julie Grant
Marilyn Harrel
Clara Wichert
Mary Chris Barth
Dawna Livesay
Juanita Bolay
Betty Evans
Renee Payette
Jeannie Hileman
Marla Saeger
Jane Testerman
Doris Armbruster
Lindsay Roberts
Emily Case
Kathleen Maher and Mary White
Crystal Shipman
Patti Townsend
Jill DeRusha
Jill Stichler
Cairl Collins
Jerri Wilson
Lindsay Coker
Frankie Meadows
Meg Stangl
Hope Pjesky
Julie Russell
Joann Hamburger
Kim Sloan Pearson
Toni McCornack
Shelley McBride Lynch
Audra Quay Fenton
Brenda Schulz
Carroll Null
Loessa Susie Thompson
Jaynie Dowdle
Shelbie Cooper
Mattie Jeffries
Esther Miller
Angela Brooks-Brown
Ellen Coblentz
Kelly Wiedel
Joy Lynch


Any information submitted or stored by the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry is subject to open records laws and may be released to any person who requests it. Exceptions include some personally identifiable information, financial information and law enforcement records. All records of the agency, including records submitted by the public, are stored in various electronic and paper methods.