Roy Clark- the legendary
“superpicker”, GRAMMY, CMA, and ACM award winner, Country Music Hall of Fame
and Grand Ole Opry member, co-host of the famed “Hee Haw” television series.
Reverend Billy Joe Daugherty- founder and pastor of Victory Christian Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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Frank Christian Frantz– a former Oklahoma Governor. During the Spanish-American War he served as a Captain in Theodore Roosevelt's "Rough Riders".
Moscelyne Larkin Jasinski- a Native American ballerina from Oklahoma and founder of the Tulsa Ballet and its associated school.
Roman Jasinski- a Polish ballet dancer and founder of the Tulsa Ballet and its associated school.
Sam Kinison- an American stand-up comedian and actor.
Carl Wendle Morton– a Major League Baseball Player.
James Dorn Oglesby- a Major League Baseball Player.
Dr. T.L. Osborn– a world missionary evangelist, statesman, teacher, author, publisher, linguist, designer, pianist, and administrator.
Steve Pryor- a renowned blues guitarist.
Reverend Oral Roberts- an American Methodist-Pentecostal televangelist and a Christian charismatic. He founded the Oral Roberts Evangelistic Association and Oral Roberts University.
Evelyn Lutman Roberts- an Evangelist who played a vital role in Oral Roberts' ministry.
Leon Russell– an American Musician, Songwriter and Producer.
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Albert E. Schwab- a Medal of Honor recipient.
Wayman Tisdale- an American professional basketball player in the NBA and a smooth jazz bass guitarist.
Michael (Hondo) Richard Walker- Disc Jockey.
Jerald “Jerry” T. Webber– Longtime Tulsa broadcaster.
Bob Wills– a Country Music Singer, Songwriter, and Bandleader. Known as the "King of Western Swing," he is considered by music authorities as the co-founder of Western swing.
Billy Jack Wills– a Western Musician, he was a vocalist, songwriter, guitar player, best known for being a member of the western swing band the Texas Playboys.
Johnnie Lee Wills– a radio personality and one of the original "Texas Playboys" on tenor banjo.