2011 Regulation Changes
For a copy of the 2011 "Unofficial" Supplement to our Oklahoma Administrative Code, please click on the following link. The supplement, The Oklahoma Register, Vol. 28, Number 24, dated September 1, 2011, is to be used along with the 2006 OAC Titles Regulations. This copy has only the additions (underlined) and deletions (strike-outs) that were promulgated during this past 2011 Legislative Session. These changes become enforceable on September 11, 2011.
The Oklahoma Register
Jim Dycus, long time contract surveyor for the Oklahoma Department of Mines, has died. His memorial service was held on Friday, June 4, 2010, at 3:00 p.m. at Mayfair Heights United Methodist Church in Oklahoma City. Jim will be missed.
from The Oklahoman - May 30, 2010
James Orvill Dycus died May 25, 2010. He was the youngest of seven children born to William Green and Maggie Ellen Dycus at Nevada, Missouri, July 27, 1926. He married Carrie Louise Hunter June 3, 1948, and they had two daughters. James served in the U.S. Navy during World War II as Gunner's Mate First Class and was Chief Surveyor for 25 years with Amerada Petroleum Corp. He is well known locally throughout the engineering profession. He became associated with The Oklahoma Department of Mines in 1975 and continued as a licensed surveyor and reclamation consultant until the time of his death. He loved collecting coins, fishing, dancing and traveling, and will be remembered as a dedicated, hardworking husband, father and friend and missed for his keen sense of humor. James is survived by his wife, Lou; daughters, Rebecca Lou Johnston and Deborah Jane Capps and her husband, Robert Capps; three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, all of Texas. His parents and five sisters: Stella, Frances, Dorothy, Ruth and Betty; and brother, William preceded him in death. Memorial services will be Friday, June 4, 2010, at 3 p.m. at the Mayfair Heights United Methodist Church, 3131 NW 50th St., Oklahoma City.