Albert Lewis, The Children's Center, Speaks

Albert Lewis

CEO

The Children's Center

Speaker on March 21, 2016

Albert Gray, Steve Corbin, Heidi Russell, Sundy Corbin

 

Reece Van Horn, Uwe von Schamann, Don Nicholson

 

Martin Ozinga, John Martin

Albert Gray, CEO, The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital in Bethany.

Albert Gray has been with The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital since 1978. Gray was hired as chief executive officer. Since he assumed management, the Hospital has remained fiscally sound and experienced significant growth to become a state-of-the-art pediatric hospital. Gray also owns a manufacturing business among other endeavors.

Heidi Russell, VP, communications & development, The Children's Center

Bentley Williams, operations engineer & project manager, oil & gas business (not pictured)

Martin Ozinga, intellectual properties attorney but more importantly our club's liaison with the University of Oklahoma's CKI

John Martin, a past president of our club but now has many duties such as the  Kiwanis International Foundation Texas-Oklahoma District Chair

Uwe von Schamann, board member, The Children's Hospital

In case you don't know von Schamann...

He is a former professional American football placekicker for the Miami Dolphins. In college, he was a member of the 1975 National Championship team.

"Sooner fans aren’t the only ones who remember the kicking prowess of Uwe von Schamann, whose performance for University of Oklahoma won him the titles of all-time All Big 8 kicker as well as All Century Oklahoma kicker. His game-winning, grace-under-pressure moment during the final seconds of OU’s 1977 game versus Ohio State is known simply as 'The Kick.'"

In 2001, von Schamann was named Director of Development and Fundraising for the J.D. McCarty Center, a treatment facility for children with developmental disabilities.

"Gray brought von Schamann on board in September 2014. Since then, von Schamann has put his talent in fundraising and relationship building to work for the private, nonprofit hospital, which offers 24-hour medical care, comprehensive rehabilitation therapies, respiratory care and special education to children from infant to age 21." 

http://newsok.com/article/5417299 Ret. 3-23-16