Posts Tagged ‘Joe Johnson’

The Good Ol’ Days: College Days

I’m on the far right, wearing white. I was the President of the Young Democrats of Easter OK State College, at the time. In the light grey suit is former OK Attorney General, Larry Derryberry. On the far left is the Dean of the college, Robert Means. And, to my immediate left, is Jim Bradshaw, President of the Student Senate. 



The Good Ol’ Days: Young n’ Dapper

Freshman Class President of Eastern Oklahoma State College admires the first plaque he ever received for being named Student State Senator of the Year. Don’t I look cute? 

The Good Ol’ Days: Supporting the Eufaula Boxing Club

Here I am, on behalf of the Quarterback Club,presenting the Outstanding Boxer Award to Kirk Stingle. I assisted with the officiating of several of the boxing matches. The boxing tournaments were used to raise thousands of dollars in an effort to help Eufaula create and sustain sports activities on behalf of Eufaula Boxing Club. 


The Good Ol’ Days: Fireman of the Year Award

Each year, one of Eufaula’s twenty-five member fire department would be selected to receive the Fireman of the Year Award. This award was presented as an honor to Eufaula fire fighters that went above and beyond the call of duty. Pictured here is the proud recipient of the award, Leonard Luna. 

The Good Ol’ Days: Toys for Tots Kickoff Campaign


Owner of the Eufaula Ford dealership, Brian Spielgene, is presenting a one thousand dollar check to kick off the Toys for Tots campaign. Designed to help provide gifts for underprivileged children during the holiday season, over three hundred and fifty children received toys from this program, all through donations from great citizens like Brian Spielgene. 

The Good Ol’ Days: Funding Toys for Tots


Clasping hands are myself and the President of Booker T. Washington High School. Here, we are both making contributions to the Toys for Tots Organization. This organization, which was founded by myself Tommy Akers, the Director of Juvenile Services, was created to provide gifts for underprivileged children during the holiday season. Also pictured are Booker T. board members, including Treasurer Eula Gregory, in the middle.

The Good Ol’ Days: Honors from the Green Country Press

Here, I am being named the most popular elected official in Eastern Oklahoma, by the Green Country Press. Looking on is his wife Beverly. The former recipients were Governor George Nye, and U.S. House representative Carl Albert, before him. I look back in gratitude for having been granted such a high honor.