Health Services and Long-Term Care
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County(s) Represented in District
Adair, Cherokee, Delaware
Municipality(s) Represented in District
Bell, Briggs, Cherry Tree, Chewey, Christie, Cloud Creek, Colcord, Dripping Springs, Elm Grove, Fairfield, Flint Creek, Greasy, Kansas, Leach, Lyons Switch, Marietta, Mulberry, Oaks, Old Green, Peavine, Peggs, Piney, Proctor, Rocky Ford, Rocky Mountain, Salem, Scraper, Steely Hollow, Stilwell, Teresita, Titanic, Twin Oaks, Watts, Wauhillau, West Peavine, West Siloam Springs, Westville, Zion
Zipcode(s) Represented in District
74338, 74346, 74347, 74352, 74359, 74364, 74368, 74441, 74452, 74457, 74464, 74931, 74948, 74960, 74964, 74965
William T. “Will” Fourkiller was born in Tahlequah, Oklahoma and is a proud citizen of the Cherokee Nation. He served for twelve years as an elementary teacher in Adair County before deciding to become a registered nurse. He has worked full-time in this capacity at W.W. Hastings Hospital until assuming his new role as state legislator. He maintains per diem employment at the hospital where his skills are primarily utilized in the operating room.
Will is married to Kerrie and together they have one son, Toss Mabrey. Will’s hobbies include spending time with his family, exercising, watching his son participate in sports and other school activities, and officiating Oklahoma High School Football. He is an active member of Antioch Baptist Church.
B.S., Oklahoma University Health Science Center Tulsa
B.S., Northeastern State University
Registered Nurse, Elementary Teacher
Long-term Care & Senior Services Committee, House Democratic Advisor
Chamber of Commerce member: Stilwell, Westville and Colcord
Oklahoma Nurses Association
National Rifle Association
House of Representatives, 53rd Legislature to present