Have you ever seen Elvis Presley in person? Well Glenn Buntin has, in fact he seen him in person 15 times! Buntin was born 1952 and raised right here in Sand Springs, Oklahoma.
A dedicated special education teacher, administrator, assistant special education director, and later appointed the title of superintendent of the Sand Springs School District, Lonetta has a passion for the Sandite community.
Sand Springs is bursting at the seams with talented artists. You can find some of them while strolling along the sidewalk in downtown Sand Springs.
Turns out they only lived a few houses away from each other! “Actually my sister encouraged me to call her and ask her out on a date,” Ward remembered. That was back in 1965 and the Sherrills have been together ever since.
Sara is creative at heart. While artistically talented and involved in advanced art classes her true passion lies in playing the snare drum.
I started my career in Sand Springs with an interview for police applicants. Daniel Bradley asked me why I wanted to be a Sand Springs Police Officer and I said, “I want to make a difference here”.
What a tremendous blessing to live in a wonderful hometown community like Sand Springs. A place where people
work together, play together, and collaborate together to do great things for our community.
Two years ago, cousins Alicia Passmore and Kassy Williams opened a salon and clothing boutique, called Blush Hair and Makeup Lounge and Rose Ann Adoring Boutique on Main Street in Sand Springs. The boutique name is a moniker of the pair’s middle names. Since opening, the women have endured a temporary, mandated business closure during the outbreak of COVID-19 and, just a few weeks ago, Alicia received devastating, life-altering news.
Sand Springs Chamber of Commerce President: Kyle Smith With a laundry list of impressive professional experiences and achievements, Kyle Smith’s work has taken him from Chicago, Illinois to Detroit, Michigan, and now: Sand Springs, Oklahoma. Kyle is the new president...
Admin in the Spotlight: Sherry Durkee If you ask Sherry Durkee about being the recipient of the 2020 OASA District 5 Superintendent of the Year award, she will immediately give credit to the teachers and staff in her school district. “Our teachers and staff are...
People: Charles Page When Charles Page was 11 years old, he lost his dad, prompting him to leave school and pursue work that could support his mother and siblings. He worked on a freight wagon, and then he helped his mother cook meals for Wisconsin Central Railway...
People: Abbie Wilson Abbie Wilson is a born-and-raised fifth-generation Sandite. After graduating from Charles Page High School in 2000, Abbie earned a degree in Early Childhood Education at Northeastern State University. Now, she teaches Kindergarten at Harry T....