The Kingfisher Chamber of Commerce
Citizen of the Year 2012
Bridget moved to Kingfisher after graduating from University of Oklahoma Physician Assistance School in the late 1970's to begin her career and she never left. She has been a very successful part of KRH and Krablin Clinic in Kingfisher. She is very faithful to her Church and exhibits her deeply rooted faith. She is currently serving as secretary of the church board.
Many hours have been given to Relay for Life serving as Chairman of the Luminaries and and volunteering when others are chairman. She takes great pride in making sure the luminaries are done in a way which will honor the survivors and remembering those who lost the battle with Cancer.
She is a member of Ambucs, who provide needed equipment to parents and people of all ages who can use the bikes, trikes and other equipment the Ambucs furnish.
Each year she makes a stained glass piece and donates it to Free to Live to be auctioned off at their fund raiser. She has volunteer for Kingfisher in Lights, the Chamber of Commerce, having served on the board. She worked many hours at the Kingfisher Playhouse, building, painting sets and even directing the plays. She volunteers for the Salvation Army.
She serves on the board to help screen applications for those wanting to enter the P.A. program. This she does on her half day off. She is a valued mentor to the P.A. Program. She has made numerous medical mission trips to Central & South America and many, many, other things too numerous to live. She is the most compassionate, the most incredible, the most humble hard working woman in town and is the perfect choice for Citizen of the Year.