Senator Chuck Hall was elected to the Oklahoma State Senate in 2018. He represents Pawnee, Noble, Logan and Kingfisher counties.
Sen. Hall is a fourth-generation descendant of a pioneer family, settling in Perry, Oklahoma during the Cherokee Strip Land Run in 1893 and the third generation of a banking family legacy that spans over 150 years.
Prior to the start of his community banking career, Sen. Hall served as Director of Government Relations for the Oklahoma Bankers Association. He has been with the Exchange Bank full-time for 25 years and currently serves as CEO and Chairman of the Board. Beyond his banking duties, the Senator has served the City of Perry as City Treasurer, City Councilman and two terms as Mayor of Perry. Additionally, Sen. Hall has chaired the Perry Memorial Hospital Trust Authority, the Perry Economic Development Authority, Perry Municipal Authority and has been a long-standing board member of the Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority.
Sen. Hall has served as a director of the Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank Branch Board and was a member of Leadership Oklahoma Class XIII. In 2013 he was elected Speaker of the House for the Oklahoma Congress of Mayors and was named 2018 Perry Citizen of the Year.
He and his wife Amy have been married for 25 years. They are the proud parents of three adult children. Oldest daughter Ashley is a graduate of Oklahoma State and serves as a Child Advocate for the BIA; middle daughter Sydney is a senior at the University of Oklahoma in the school of Social Work and the youngest daughter Riley is a Senior at Perry High School and will attend Oklahoma State University. Sen. Hall and Amy have two grandchildren Sutton and Baker. Amy remains an educator at Perry Public Schools having taught at Tulsa Public Schools and Oklahoma City Public Schools. The family are members of First Baptist Church Perry and regularly attend Life Church Stillwater Campus.