Corporation Commission

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Corporation Commission


Drabek, Charles T. Charlotte Edwards, Charles J. Patsy Smith, Charles G. Frances C. Holden, David Glen Cheryl Ann Straka, Betty Lou Fritsche, Clarence Alice M. Booe, Leo B. Smith, Billy R. Emalene Garver, Harold Glen Collins, William D.

Kathy C. Feather, Leonard R. Monroe, Jean Walker, John L. Dodson, Mary L. Brewer, Dean A. Carole S. Johnson, Marjorie Maxine Holder, Harlen E. Madeline C. Decker, Doyle W. Norma C. Watts, Peggy Martin Jones, Exec Estate of James Keith Jones, David Marshall and Leann Bullock, W. Duane Collins Ruth Alice Collins, Rose Marie Whalen, Buddy Jacikson, Reynolds Petroleum Company, Randall L. Organ, Jerry W. Ollie G. Harbison, Steve Beck, Teri Morris, Billye June Fox, Bernice W. Hicks, Randall C.

Joan L. Jones, Kenneth L. Barbara E. Pryor, James D. Beverly A. McElroy, Robert Dean Kathern J. Klick, Suzanne Shapard, Walter M. Mitchell, Anna Mae Miller Bennett, Donald E. Rebecca Frith, Virginia Virginia Ruth Mallow, Paul Ethel Hogner, Victor E. Gloria H. Masser, Jerald A. Ruth E. Leonard, Theodore T. Margaret Wilhite, James E. Cordell, Edith Pogue Rankin John M. Beverly Wilson, Stella M. Couch, Betty Sue Dishman, Reba L. Stewart, Mary L. Jenkins, Dowell E. Judy A. Cluck, Bryan F. Mary Ann Sweeney, Billy L. Opal F. Weed, Lawrence A. Gayla Thompson, Geraldine Wallace, Roselia D. King, Mark W. Sally K. Phillips, Donald Lois Gilleland, Glen Kyle Christy L. Holcomb, James N. Ruyle, John W. Connie M. Tribble, Joan K. Russell, Thomas C. Wanda J. Johnson, Okla Housing Authority, Mildred Ann Phillips, Donald Louise Webb, Billy Keith Joan M. Cox, George Carol Pennington, Roger Allen Lowery, Richard E. Susan J. Spalding, Charles E. Erma Lee Jones, Deborah McMahan Hewett, James A. Melva Jones, Mary Dale Nedrud, Gary Joe Lila Pitson, Jessie J. Higgins, Jerry F. Sue Kennedy, Naomi Cornett, John G. Whitley, Jr., Billy Sarah Markham, Max E. Carol J. Netherton, C.K. Partners Ltd., John R. Day, Eddie E. Mercer, Glenn P. Marcia K. Hey, Blanquita Terrell, Jessie Josephine Myers, Hoy O. Nadine N. Catlett, Kathryn B. Shults, Ed Frances Wilkerson, David L. Baker, Janex Oil Co., Inc., Southern Oaks Apartments, E. Pauline Robert P. Swab, Eugene R. Sewell, George D. S. Evelyn Cochran, Deborah D.

Gary Don Cochran, Mary Frances Smith, Charlene F. Gideon, Delton Florence F. Flynn, Jerry B. Carolyn S. Goolsby, William D. Kathy C. Feather, Linda Carol Howeth, Elza R. Pauline D. Isley, Jean Walker, Joann Rozniata, Marjorie Holder, Michael Fred Park, Billy J. Mary Van Buskirk, Buddy Jackson, Pruitt Construction Co. Inc., Jack E. Marjorie C. Nusz, Kent L. Welsh Cheralyn Welsh, Gerard Mae Quellette, Joyce Aikman, Marilyn Ingram, Michael Ray Falk, Annette Meyer, Sharon Wolf Lafferty, Theresa Joyce, Carolyn Krauter, Wanda Manek, John Turnbill, Martha Wolf, Evelyn Nemec, Helen M. Wolf, C. Michele Queen, Richard N. Wolf c/o Mrs. Martha Wolf, Annette Clendenin, Virgil M. Falk, Marcell Ann Carpenter, Marta Manning, Laura Helena Falk, Linda Bodine, Diana Musgrave, Theodore C. Mollman Exec Est Monica D. Mollman Dec., Rosemarie W. Falk, Tony Lewis Falk, Laura Louise Falk, Lucy Louise Carpenter, Robert G. Wolf, Sr., Mary Ann Pryor, Janet J. Wolf, Eulalia Clark, Helen Berenice Wolf, Stephen J. Falk, Ardmore Investments Ltd, American Domestic Management, Evelyn Ellsworth, Vera Novotny, Eugene Vasicek, Suzanne Shaprd, Dorothy Gayle Gall, Lloyd E. …

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