2015 Relay For Life of Garfield County for outstanding service in the fight against cancer.
On May 1st Ewbank, Hennigh & McVay played in the Chisholm Athletic Booster Club Golf Tournament at Pheasant Run Golf Course in Enid, Oklahoma. All proceeds went to the Chisholm Sports Booster Club. The tournament consisted of a 4 person scramble where Todd Hamilton with Farmers Insurance joined our team. We enjoyed an afternoon getting to know the Chisholm boosters as well as supporting a good cause.
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- Kaleb was an all-state cross country runner and state track champion in high school. He was also elected as an Oklahoma State FFA officer serving As Northwest District Vice- President from 1996-97 his freshman year of college.
- When not working, he enjoys hunting, fishing, watching Oklahoma State athletic events and coaching youth sports.
- When we asked Kaleb about something most people don’t know about him he responded with
“I passed all written and oral exams and interviews and was selected to serve the FBI as a special field agent prior to making the decision to go into private law practice. I literally had my bags packed and was hours away from heading to Quantico Virginia to commence training when I felt a calling to my current profession. That phone call to my recruiting agent was one of the toughest calls I have ever made and I remember it as though it was yesterday.”
Kaleb is one of 3 partners to the firm. At Ewbank, Hennigh & McVay. Kaleb focuses on Family and Business Succession Planning, Real Estate and Commercial Transaction, Trust and Probate litigation. For details on Kaleb Hennigh, check out his BIO.
Our very own Kaleb Hennigh has been recognized as an outstanding volunteer for Enid YMCA.
ENID, Okla. — Denny Price Family YMCA recognized and honored outstanding volunteers and longtime employees during the annual Christmas board meeting Wednesday at Convention Hall.
Volunteer Doug Nickel was honored for his efforts during the annual Back A Youth campaign.
Lou Ann Crump was recognized for her assistance in the aquatic program as a class instructor.
Youth sports coaches recognized for their character and dedication were Kaleb Hennigh, James Graham and Mike Fields.
Four YMCA employees accepted awards for 10 years of dedicated service to the organization.
Kendra Heitfeld, Beverly Qualls, Sheryl Reid and Kim Haley received recognition during the annual meeting.
Brent Price also received an award for his leadership during the year as president of the board. Newly elected board members welcomed during the meeting were: Hennigh, Sal Alvarado, Molly Helm, Rusty Mosley and John Reneau.
“Our board members, volunteers and employees play a critical role in the Y’s ability to achieve impact, build sustainability and strengthen the foundations of community through youth development, healthy living and social responsibility,” said Ken Rapp, executive director. “Our annual Christmas board meeting serves to celebrate the Y’s accomplishments and the many contributions of dedicated community leaders, volunteers and employees who contribute their time, talent and resources to advance the Y’s cause.”
FULL ARTICLE: ENID NEWS