Before his employment with National Livestock, he worked in various capacities within the Farm Credit System as a loan officer. Robert is a former Director of the Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association and is a graduate of East Central University in Ada, Oklahoma, with a Bachelor's of Science degree in Accounting.
Robert and his wife, Shelley, live near Stonewall with their two children.
In 1997, Jon joined NLCC as a Vice President and Loan Officer. In those days, the staff was small so everyone had to fill varied roles. Those duties included being the appointed IT "expert", daily accounting when needed and chief light bulb changer. The other duties as needed were managed as he filled his role as a credit officer and inspector while managing a growing loan portfolio. Jon has been an integral part of shepherding us into a new century of company growth from staffing, information technology demands and an increasing organizational loan portfolio. Over the past 17 years he has been a stable resource as National has expanded its footprint in the cattle industry.
Jon directs operational and lending services of NLCC while servicing a large loan portfolio. Work ethic, commitment and integrity are what have made Jon an asset to National Livestock over the years.
Jon and his wife Paula of 22 years live in Marlow; they have one daughter attending Oklahoma Christian University, Maci; daughter Rylee attends Marlow High School and a son Case in middle school. They are members of Chisholm Trail Church of Christ where Jon is a Deacon.
Chris is Vice President of Lending. He services customers with their financing needs to help ensure success. At NLCC, we try to make the rancher's life just a little easier so they can focus on their ranch operations.
Chris and his wife, Holly, and their two children, Maggie & Reed, live in Cashion. He is active in his Church, Sirloin Club, and School Board. He enjoys long walks on the beach and aggravating his co-workers.
Colby and his wife Jala, along with their three children Lilly, Eden, and Wyatt, run a registered and commercial cow-calf operation west of Purcell, where his family have ran cattle for several generations.
David and his wife Melinda, along with their two son, Zachary and Seth, reside on the farm that he grew up on outside of Washington, OK. Melinda is a FFA Instructor for Norman Schools. David has been involved in the Cattle Industry in many aspects, but mostly enjoys working with his family in their cow-calf operation. When not busy on the farm David enjoys hunting and fishing with the boys.
Prior to 2012, his law practice was devoted to Securities-Commodities litigation and arbitration. Kurtis was also active in cattle futures and options risk management from 1989 to 2012. Prior to that he was with the Farm Credit System as a loan officer.
Kurtis grew up working on several cattle and wheat operations around Kingfisher, Oklahoma. He is a graduate of Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics, and he received his Law Degree from Oklahoma City University School of Law.
From 2009 until joining National, Craig worked in a public accounting firm in Oklahoma City as a senior auditor. From 2002 to 2009, he worked in a public accounting firm in Chickasha, Oklahoma, as a tax accountant.
Craig is a graduate of the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma in Chickasha, with a Bachelors of Science degree in Accounting. He has been a Certified Public Accountant since 2009.
Craig and his wife, Deborah, live in Oklahoma City with their two children.
David and his wife Jana live in Duncan and have three grown children and one grandson. David operates his own cow-calf operation in Stephens County. David accepted a position with National Livestock Credit as a Field Inspector in August 2014.
Jim served in the National Guard for five years and then began his career with Farm Credit before retiring after 31 years of service.
Jim and his wife, Kay, live in Tecumseh, and they have three grown daughters and one granddaughter.
For many years Jim has been involved in the cattle business, running his own cow-calf operation. Jim enjoys working as a Field Inspector because of the opportunity to become acquainted with so many of National's customers.