Junior League Tulsa
Liz Brolick – Phi Oklahoma
Alpha Phi Alumnae at Tulsa Panhellenic 2014
Alpha Phi Alumnae at Tulsa Area Alumnae Panhellenic 2014 Women of the Year event at Tulsa Country Club on April 4, 2014
Front row: Connie Hamernik Doverspike-Phi, Oklahoma (WOY 2009) TAAP President 1999-00; Renee Bohon Lanoue-Phi, APh Delegate, Director of Recruitment 2012-2014; Devra Barrett Kennedy-Beta Omicron, Bowling Green; Jennifer Just Anthony-Phi (WOY 2011) currently on Phi House Corporation Board.
Back row: Cindy Moss Wheeler-Phi; Deborah Brown McGuire-Phi, Greater Tulsa Area Alumnae President 2012-2014; Ginnie Netherton Graham, Phi (WOY 2013) TAAP President 2009-10; Colleen Ayres-Griffin – Delta Delta, Oklahoma City (WOY 2014); Lisa Haning Blackburn-DD, OCU (OKC WOY 1998); Jacque Leveridge Fiegel-DD (OKC WOY 2000); Mary Haning-DD (OKC alumna initiate); Cheryl Cooper Baber – DD (APh Delegate).
Introducing the New OWC Staff
The Oklahoma Women’s Coalition is happy to announce our new staff:
Diana Hartley, Executive Director & Kimberly Mahon, Communications Director
Alumnae Initiation! We are proud to welcome Harriett Kushnerick and Kath Peterson Williams into the sisterhood of Alpha Phi on Sunday, April 7, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. The Ritual will be performed at Oklahoma City University by the women of Delta Delta.
Congratulations to Ginnie Netherton Graham selected as Woman of the Year!
Tulsa Area Alumnae Panhellenic
Cordially invites you to a special celebration Honoring its Women of the Year!
Ginnie Netherton Graham
Greater Tulsa Area Alumnae of Alpha Phi Honoree
Tulsa Country Club
Friday, February 12, 2013
starts at 10:45
Orlene Redfield Blake
Orlene Redfield Blake passed away Friday, September 28, 2012 at the age of 82. She was born August 14, 1930 at home in Tulsa, OK to Wilma Ila Redfield who had been recently widowed from her husband, Orlen Scott Redfield. She was the only child born to Wilma and Orly and had 2 siblings after her mother remarried. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Jack Vernon Blake and her parents. Survived by her sister, Rajean Schultz and her husband, Carl; her brother, Bill Williamson, oldest son Mike Blake and his wife, Liz; son Brad Blake; daughter Julie Blake; granddaughter Catherine Blake Houston of Edmond, OK; grandson Stuart Blake; great-granddaughter, Nadia Houston, and great-grandson, Jackson Houston; along with several nieces and nephews. She enjoyed a wonderful life in Tulsa, where she and her husband raised their family. She was a graduate of Webster High School and went on to college at Graceland College in Lamoni, Iowa where she graduated with a business degree, She devoted much of her professional career as a secretary serving Tulsa Public Schools. She spent most of her career at Edison High School where she loved being with students and then went on to work at the Education Service Center. She later left the school district mid joined her husband in his steel fabricating business they owned and operated. Her most important job was wife, mother, grandmother and greatgrandmother. She devoted her life to taking care of her husband, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Memorial service 1:30 PM, Wednesday, Rose Chapel at Boston Avenue Methodist Church. Under the direction of Mooreâ€™s Rosewood
Respect the Letters…
Let your family know that when you pass on, do not donate or give away your Alpha Phi clothing, jewelry, etc. (Except to give it to another Alpha Phi.) They need to send everything to the Alpha Phi Executive Office. If, at any time, you need to discard an Alpha Phi item, remove the letters and either shred them or send them to the EO. They do not belong with anyone other than an Alpha Phi!
We welcome our newest sister to Alpha Phi, Meloni Janzen.