Caring Transitions of Moore OK is Locally & Veteran Owned by Margo Gonzalez and Jack Beckham
Caring Transitions of Moore OK is Locally & Veteran Owned by Margo Gonzalez and Jack Beckham
Our 2nd Show Featuring The Santa 🎅🏽 Market with very popular two craft vendors join Joan Clark (left seated) Co-Founder of The Santa 🎅🏽 Market at the State Fair Ground’s this Year on November 20th & 21st, 2020 and (left top) is Kenneth (Attorney at Law) & Donna Massey, his wife (Donna) not pictured are owners
of “The Ornament Lady” as Donna Massey paints customized and personalized ornaments for customers all over the USA and several countries! and (right top) is Kathy Orr co-Founder of “Make it Snappy” Jewelry, offering our fun, interchangeable jewelry and accessories, specializing in handcrafted and custom snaps!
(Left) Megan Clark-Nye, Co Founder of The Santa Market, Inc. Mother of two, Bridget and Colin, lost her dad to Alzheimer’s when she was 29 and has turned the Santa Market into a positive response to a horrific illness. Handles the social media aspect of Santa Market as well as organizing the Silent Auction and booth dedicated to Alzheimer’s. (Right) Joan Clarke is also one of the co founders of Santa Market. After losing her husband to Alzheimer’s, she combined her love of craft shows into a way to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Association. She works tirelessly year round to provide a wonderful fundraiser for this terrible disease.
Hello, I am Kathy Orr. My sister-in-law, Stacey Bond, and I are the owners of Make It Snappy! Jewelry. Our family business started in Oklahoma in 2014. We attend several vendor events, such as The Santa Market, throughout Oklahoma offering our fun, interchangeable jewelry and accessories, specializing in handcrafted and custom snaps. You can also find us in several boutiques in the OKC area.
Kenneth Massey owns and operates Massey Law Offices in Shawnee and Choctaw. He also co-owns with his wife, Donna, “Suitable for Framing” a custom picture framing shop in Shawnee. The two also promote “Market on the Meadows” twice per year in Shawnee. During the Christmas season, Donna is known as “The Ornament Lady” as she paints customized and personalized ornaments for customers all over the USA and several countries!
Make It Snappy Website: www.makeitsnappyjewelry.com
Make It Snappy Phone: (405) 265-9266
This week on The Rise & Thrive OSJ Radio Hour, Saturday morning at 9:05AM on KZLS The Eagle 1640AM. In studio pictured Left to Right: Nadine Walter of the DHS Aging Services Programs for Oklahoma and Alexis Heatrice (Lex) is one of the Oklahoma Caregivers Conference Sponsors with COX Homelife Care. There are 250,000 Family Caregivers in the State of Oklahoma and this Conference is Celebrating 🥳 Their need to have local resources and knowledge!
Nadine Walter earned her Human Ecology and Gerontology degrees from Kansas State University. Her career has included being employed by ASCOG Area Agency on Aging and DHS Aging Services to oversee various senior and family caregiver programs. Nadine is passionate in supporting Oklahoma family caregivers to keep their loved ones safely at home using various home and community-based services. She proudly works for the DHS Aging Services Programs for Oklahoma.
Alexis Heatrice has worked for Cox since 2016. During his tenure with Cox, Alexis has been dedicated to ensure that every home is safe with the utilization of technology. Alexis serves with many local organizations RSVP Advisory Council, Sunbeam Advisory Council, OK Caregiver Coalition, and many others. When not working he enjoys time with family, vacationing, cooking, fishing, hunting, and ballroom dancing. Call today for information on Smart Technology 1-844-347-2214 or visit www.cox.com/homelifecare
Cox Homelife Care
(405) 541-9350 (call Lex)
OHS Phone: 1-877-751-2972
Oklahoma Caregivers Conference: Nov 5 & 12, 2020
This week on The Rise & Thrive OSJ Radio Hour, Saturday morning at 9:05AM on KZLS The Eagle 1640AM. In studio: Lauren Branch and Ronita Jones from NewView Oklahoma! Sharing with us in the OSJ Radio Studio is what all New View Oklahoma has been up to during the pandemic, employing low vision employees for all types of new projects and helping our Veterans at a Special Home Delivered Lunches project, November the 10th and you or someone you know can sign up at https://nvoklahoma.org or call New View Oklahoma at 855-811-9699.
Lauren Branch: President/CEO, NewView Oklahoma
Lauren Branch has been with NewView Oklahoma for 22 years. A Houston, Texas native, Lauren received her bachelor’s degree in accounting and business administration from Texas A&M University. She is also a certified public accountant. She has been recognized as one of the Journal Record’s Achievers Under 40, 50 Making a Difference, and Oklahoma City’s Most Admired CEOs.
Ronita Jones: Senior Director of Rehabilitation, NewView Oklahoma
Ronita Jones holds a master’s degree in Special Education with a specialization in Orientation and Mobility and Teacher of the Visually Impaired. She taught in both capacities for six years before working as a Rehab Specialist for veterans. Ronita currently serves as the Senior Director of Clinical and Rehabilitative Services for Oklahoma City and Tulsa.
Old Fashioned Hymn Sing with Tom Nix & Friends ~ Special Outdoor Event | October, 24th at Hope Retreat Ranch in 2320 South Sandwood Ave in Choctaw, OK from 5:30pm to 7:30pm | Bring Your Lawn Own Chairs | Free Admission | Social Distancing will be Observed | Masks Encouraged!
This week on The Rise & Thrive OSJ Radio Hour, Saturday morning 10/17/20 at 9:05AM on KZLS The Eagle 1640AM. In studio: Left to Right: Tom L. Nix; Author, Organ, Piano & Worship Leader Professional will be Your Host at the “Old Fashion Hymn Sing” also in Studio is Becky Ivins of Movers Real Estate.
Tom L. Nix – At the age of 11, Tom Nix of Oklahoma City began his music career playing organ/piano at the prestigious Dodson’s Cafeteria. As a pianist & vocalist, his musical journey has included, In House Performer for the Governor of Oklahoma, Director of The Community Choir of Oklahoma City, and Musical Director of Oklahoma City’s annual Red Andrews Dinner. He has recently released his first piano CD, ROMANCE, which has met with worldwide acclaim. He is most excited about his current project, Old Fashioned Hymn Sing with Tom Nix & Friends.
Becky Ivins loves helping folks so her first position out of college was that of a social worker. For the past 40+ years she has expanded her social work career by focusing on her real estate brokerage. Yes, Becky is a social worker with a real estate license. She is here to help you. One of Becky’s favorite charities is HR Ranch, that provides therapeutic horseback riding for special needs kids.s Becky is a lifelong Christian and enjoys the old hymns that she grew up with. So, Becky met with her friend Tom Nix, and together they met with the Deens who founded HR Ranch and put together an Old Fashioned Hymn Sing.
You can also read Becky’s two page article in the current issue of the Oklahoma Senior Journal; Check this out:
The 11th Annual Santa’s 🏽Market is November the 20th & 21st, 2020 at The Oklahoma State Fair Grounds in the Pavilion and Centennial Buildings from 9 AM to 4 PM!
This week on The Rise & Thrive OSJ Radio Hour, Saturday morning at 9:05AM on KZLS The Eagle 1640AM. In studio: Left to Right is; Tamara Simpson with Simpson Shirt Co. of Edmond and a 7 Year Platinum Sponsor for The Santa 🏽 Market and the official t-shirt creator for the Alzheimer’s themed t-shirt at the Santa 🏽 Market available online (simpsonshirtco.com) or at the actual Santa Market two day event 11/20&21/320 and Right is; Megan Clark-Nye Co-Founder of The Santa 🏽 Market and in charge of all the Social Media aspects for The Santa 🏽 Market!
Tamara Simpson and her husband and own Simpson Shirt Co. in Edmond. They have been screen printing since 2011 and have been participating in the Santa Market for the past 7 years as a platinum sponsor. They started out donating 50 t-shirts to sell during the Santa 🏽 Market event. Each year they have been able to add to the number of t-shirts they have been able to donate. This year they are planning on donating 125 shirts to the event!!!
(Left) Megan Clark-Nye- Co Founder of The Santa Market, Inc. Mother of two, Bridget and Colin, lost her dad to Alzheimer’s when she was 29 and has turned the Santa Market into a positive response to a horrific illness. Handles the social media aspect of Santa Market as well as organizing the Silent Auction and booth dedicated to Alzheimer’s. (Right) Joan Clarke is also one of the co founders of Santa Market. After losing her husband to Alzheimer’s, she combined her love of craft shows into a way to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Association. She works tirelessly year round to provide a wonderful fundraiser for this terrible disease.
Facebook: Simpson Shirt Co.
My Depression was Obliterated by God and Pickleball” … A True Oklahoma Senior Games Story!
This week on The Rise & Thrive OSJ Radio Hour, Saturday morning at 9:05AM on KZLS The Eagle 1640AM. In studio: Top Row (left)is Dr. Charlie Bryant – Orthopedic Surgeon & Pickleball Competitor (right) Sue Wood – Moore Park and Recreation Director & Physical Fitness Competitor and next to The Host: Robin Gunn is; Carol Rowles is a Retired Elementary School Teacher and now Pickleball Competitor. Oklahoma Senior Games
Sue Wood, the new Moore Parks and Recreation Director, began working for Moore in the Spring. She is a Sooner, graduating with a Bachelors and Masters
Dr Charlie Bryant- I am a 68 year-old orthopedic surgeon, specializing in hip and knee replacements, happily married with 5 children and 11 grandchildren. After first learning about pickleball from and patients, and you tube videos. I began playing approximately two years ago and utilized space on my driveway to tape out a court. I have participated in pickleball in the senior games for the last two years,
Carol Rowles- I grew up in Lawton. I spent the majority of my adult life traveling with my husband, Doug, and our two daughters, as a Navy family. We now live in Edmond. I am a homemaker and Doug is an orthopedic surgeon. Both daughters are in college and also work. I was once a school teacher, but now spend my free time playing pickleball and teaching others to play and love the sport!
Phone: (405) 821-1500
This week on The Rise & Thrive OSJ Radio Hour, Saturday morning at 9:05AM on KZLS The Eagle 1640AM. In studio: MCM Insurance Medicare & Retirement (Navigating Through Medicare) is Fighting Back! WHY ?!?! There are 1000’s of Scams this Year with Medicare Fraud & Manipulations to our 62+ and the Owner and Agent for 35 Years of MCM Insurance (Left) Ginny Curtis and (Right) Tonderai Bassoppo Moyo, Co-Director for 10 Years are in the OSJ Radio Studio’s Educating Us on How We Can All 🥊 Fight Back!
This week on The Rise & Thrive OSJ Radio Hour, Saturday morning at 9:05AM on KZLS The Eagle 1640AM. In studio: Mortgage Broker James Watkins with Locally Owned Centennial Mortgage –Believers in Relationships Over Business! James is a Mortgage Expert on all Mortgages, Since 1997. James is in the OSJ Radio Studio Busting Wide Open Myths Concerning Reverse Mortgages!
NMLS # 1732769
Centennial Home Mortgage
902 NW 139th Street Pkwy,
Edmond OK 73013
PH: (405) 212-4785
Let’s Educate Ourselves on What You Can Do to Protect Yourself and Your Loved Ones Against Frauds and Scams… The OSJ Radio Hour is with Two Experts in the Studio from Mid-First Bank in OKC.This week on The Rise & Thrive OSJ Radio Hour, Saturday morning at 9:05AM on KZLS The Eagle 1640AM. In studio (on Left in studio photo) is Georgie Kastama Senior Vice President at MidFirst Bank and on the “Zoom” call on the computer screen (right photo) is Candler Eve Director of Enterprise Fraud with MidFirst Bank.
Candler Eve (Zoom Call-In): Candler Eve is the Director of Enterprise Fraud with MidFirst Bank. He has worked in various fraud positions for the last 14 years at financial institutions around the country. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Economics and a Master’s in Business Administration from the Ohio State University. He currently resides in Edmond with his wife and three children.
Georgie Kastama (in-Studio): Georgie Kastama is a Senior Vice President at MidFirst Bank, responsible for overseeing the Bank’s financial crimes risk management programs including fraud prevention and anti-money laundering compliance. Georgie earned her Bachelor’s degree at Oklahoma City University and Master’s degree at the University of Central Oklahoma, maintains Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist and Certified Fraud Examiner certifications, and has over 15 years’ experience combatting financial crimes.
501 NW Grand Blvd
Oklahoma City, OK 73118
LinkedIn: MidFirst Bank