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9/7/2007
When: Friday, September 7, 2007
From 11:30 AM to 1 PM
Where: The Oklahoma History Center
2401 N. Laird Ave.
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  73105
United States
Contact: Michael Mitchell


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Alumni, friends, faculty, staff, and students of Oklahoma Christian University, mark your calendars and make plans to attend the next OC First Friday on September 7, 2007 at the Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City..

The OC First Friday program was created with two goals in mind: to engage our greatest asset, our alumni, in important issues affecting the quality of life in Oklahoma and to provide an opportunity for alumni to reconnect with each other and the university in a professional setting. If you've never attended an OC First Friday luncheon, why not make September your first time?

September's OC First Friday speaker is former Oklahoma City Mayor and Real Estate Developer, Kirk Humphrey's.

Humphreys is a native of Oklahoma City and a 1972 graduate of the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelors of Business Administration in Finance. From 1972 until 1989 Kirk and his brothers built a distribution company which provided beauty products and other non-food merchandise to retailers nationwide.

Since 1989 Kirk has been active in the development and acquisition of commercial real estate. His company, Humphreys Real Estate Investments, LLC, has syndicated limited partnerships which own properties in 8 states. Clients include QuikTrip Corporation, Stein Mart, Advance Auto, Steak & Shake, Interurban Restaurants and Loves Travel Stops.

Known across Oklahoma for his public service, Kirk served on the Putnam City School Board from 1987 through 1995. He was twice elected Mayor of Oklahoma City, serving from 1998 through 2003. Under Kirk’s leadership, the city completed the historic MAPS Projects which dramatically revitalized the downtown area. In 2001 Kirk led the effort that resulted in the approval of MAPS for Kids, a sweeping $690 million revitalization of the city’s public schools. He resigned in 2004 to run for the United States Senate.

A family man, Kirk and his wife Danna have been married for 34 years and have 3 children and 4 grandchildren.

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