The Senate Agriculture and Wildlife Committee approved the nomination of Chad Dillingham on Tuesday to serve an eight-year term to the Oklahoma Wildlife and Conservation Commission. Sen. Roland Pederson, R-Burlington, carried the nomination
Dillingham is CEO and co-owner of Dillingham Insurance, a 93-year-old privately-owned business headquartered in Enid, with offices also in Oklahoma City, Tulsa and Kansas City.
Dillingham is active in the community and has served in numerous civic positions. He’s a former chairman and director of the Greater Enid Chamber of Commerce; past chairman and current trustee of the Board of Trustees for the Oklahoma Nature Conservancy; past chairman and current regent of the Board of Regents of Northern Oklahoma College.
“Chad’s experience and dedication to Oklahoma agriculture would be a tremendous asset to the Oklahoma Wildlife and Conservation Commission,” Pederson said. “I’m honored to carry his nomination and look forward to his confirmation in the full Senate.”
For more information, contact:
Sen. Roland Pederson at 405-521-5630, or email Roland.Pederson@oksenate.gov.
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