Service Award: Kim Tweed, 30 Years
|At the May 2009 Commission meeting Dan Lowrance, OCC Chairman (left), and Mike Thralls, executive director, presented Kim Tweed, executive secretary, with an award for 30 years of service to the state of Oklahoma and the Conservation Commission.
Kim Tweed, OCC executive secretary, was recognized at the May 2009 Meeting of the Oklahoma Conservation Commission for 30 years of service to the state of Oklahoma. In making the presentation, Mike Thralls, OCC executive director stated that Kim had worked eight years in the office of the Governor during the administration of Gov. George Nigh. Then in 1987 she came to work for OCC and has completed 22 years with the agency.
Thralls cited Kim's involvement in supervising the recent re-writing of OCC's statutory rules and in planning the Annual State Meeting of the Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts. He also stated that during recent years when Kim has coordinated OCC's participation in the State Charitable Campaign the agency has broken all previous records for contributions.
Kim and her husband Randy live in Mustang, have two grown daughters — one of whom is married and is expecting Kim's and Randy's first grandchild.