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Rick Hartzog named director of information technology at Madison River Oaks ...

Rick Hartzog named director of information technology at Madison River Oaks …

Rick Hartzog named director of information technology at Madison River Oaks
Rick Hartzog of Ridgeland has been named director of information technology at Madison River Oaks Medical Center. Hartzog earned a bachelor of science in computer science from Belhaven College and has nearly 20 years of experience working in the IT …
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HCCN Friday Feature: J. Leslie LaReau

In an effort to spotlight our dynamic Attorneys and Staff, Hartzog Conger Cason & Neville launched the “Friday Feature” series.  In this week’s edition, we would like to introduce you to a HCCN Partner, J. Leslie LaReau.

(Photo: Campisi’s in Dallas  - OU Texas weekend 2013.  Leslie, Tyler, Emma and Claire)

Name: J. Leslie LaReau

Area of Practice: Wealth Transfer Planning, Trusts and Estates; Tax Planning and Tax Controversies,

How long have you been at HCCN: I started at HCCN in 1994.

Undergraduate University: University of Oklahoma

Law School: University of Oklahoma

Hometown: Shawnee, Oklahoma

Tell us about your family: I met my husband, Tyler, during my junior year of high school. We have been married 28 years and have two teenage daughters.

What was your favorite activity and/or sport in high school or at college? Some of my favorite memories of college involve OU basketball games. I became an OU football fan in the mid-1970’s, but didn’t become an avid OU basketball fan until I started at OU in the fall of 1983, which was Wayman Tisdale’s first year of college. I remember rushing to seats when they opened the LNC doors to the students and sitting as close to floor as possible. I also have vivid memories of Top Daug - he was my favorite OU mascot.

What was your go to study food in law school? I took a pb&j sandwich with me almost every day during law school and during finals I survived on redhots.

What’s your favorite aspect of Oklahoma City? I started with Arthur Andersen after graduating from OU and worked downtown OKC for five years before attending law school. The transformation of downtown OKC still amazes me.

What’s the last book that you read? I am currently reading Divergent.

What’s your favorite movie? E.T., Animal House, and Christmas Vacation

If you could travel anywhere, where would you go? I would like to take a family trip to Washington DC

What has been your favorite vacation destination so far? Snowmass, Colorado

On a typical Saturday or Sunday afternoon, what would we often find you doing? If there is a game in Norman, then our entire family is there. If we don’t have a sporting event, then my afternoons involve running errands, doing household chores, or taking my girls to their various activities.

If you could give advice to any law student today, what would it be? To work hard and enjoy the experience.

What has been one of your favorite memories while at HCCN? Overall, my favorite memories involve the friendships I’ve built with the attorneys with whom I practice. I’ve enjoyed watching their kids grow up and taking an interest in their professional and personal accomplishments. At the end of the day, it is important to like and respect your colleagues, and I feel very fortunate to work with such good people.

Tell us something about you that most people at HCCN probably don’t know: My assistant, Dana Johnson, worked as an administrative assistant for my twin sister, Judge Lynne McGuire, when Lynne was the Chief of the Criminal Division under OK County District Attorney Wes Lane. So, Dana knows my family well.

J. Leslie LaReau’s complete attorney profile here.

About Hartzog Conger Cason & Neville – Hartzog Conger Cason & Neville’s experienced legal teams serve businesses, high net worth families and individuals, and charitable organizations. Principal practice areas include litigation, business and financial transactions, tax controversies, trust and estate planning, family law, oil and gas law, and real estate.

Additional information about the firm is available at: www.HartzogLaw.com & Facebook.com/HartzogLaw.

A great image from the former NPS Director George B. Hartzog’s papers at Clemson University’s Special Collections. The then Secretary of the Interior Stewart Udall (standing) and Director Hartzog (sitting) meeting with President Johnson (back to camera). 

“For George- To remember the big day we won our case with the President! Stewart Udall 1968" 

Hartzog and Udall worked together on the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966

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HCCN Friday Feature: John D. Robertson

In an effort to spotlight our dynamic Attorneys and Staff, Hartzog Conger Cason & Neville launched the “Friday Feature” series.  In this week’s edition, we would like to introduce you to a HCCN Partner, John D. Robertson.

Name: John D. Robertson

Area of Practice: Business Transactions, Business/Corporate Law, & Employment Law

How long have you been at HCCN: 28 years in May

Undergraduate University: Oklahoma State University

Law School: University of Oklahoma College of Law

Hometown: Bartlesville, OK

Tell us about your family: Wife Sharie; married for 30 years. We met her first day of college at Central State University. Son Jeff (24) who is finishing up his Masters of Health Administration Degree at OU. Jeff has accepted a fellowship with Mercy Hospital following graduation in May. Daughter Nikki (22) who is in her first year of Occupational Therapy program at OU.

What was your favorite activity and/or sport in high school or at college? Played basketball and baseball at Sooner High School in Bartlesville. Was an invited walk-on to the OSU baseball team my freshman year and then went to Central State University to play baseball my sophomore year. Was injured and returned to OSU for last two years of college.

What was your go to study food in law school? Turkey sandwiches from the turkey that HCCN sent to law clerks each Christmas.

What’s your favorite aspect of Oklahoma City? Oklahoma City Thunder, and all the friendly people

What’s the last book that you read? Sycamore Row by John Grisham

What’s your favorite movie? Forrest Gump

What has been your favorite vacation destination so far? New York City with my family.

On a typical Saturday or Sunday afternoon, what would we often find you doing? Playing golf or watching sports on TV.

What has been one of your favorite memories while at HCCN? Accompanying Chris Paul to several events the day that he was named NBA Rookie of the Year. We represented the New Orleans Hornets during the time that they were playing in OKC.

Tell us something about you that most people at HCCN probably don’t know: I had a morning paper route in Bartlesville for 5 years (5th grade through 9th grade). Got up every morning (except Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day) at 5 AM to deliver the Tulsa World.

Read John D. Robertson’s complete attorney profile here.

About Hartzog Conger Cason & Neville – Hartzog Conger Cason & Neville’s experienced legal teams serve businesses, high net worth families and individuals, and charitable organizations. Principal practice areas include litigation, business and financial transactions, tax controversies, trust and estate planning, family law, oil and gas law, and real estate.

Additional information about the firm is available at: www.HartzogLaw.com &Facebook.com/HartzogLaw.

HCCN Friday Feature: Heather Turner

In an effort to spotlight our dynamic Attorneys and Staff, Hartzog Conger Cason & Neville launched the “Friday Feature” series. In this week’s edition we are spotlighting a Legal Administrative Assistant that has worked for HCCN for 6 years, Heather Turner.

Name: Heather Turner

Title: Legal Administrative Assistant

How long have you been at HCCN? 6 years 

Undergraduate university: Rose State College

Hometown: Edmond, OK

Tell us about your family: I married my long time sweetheart after 5 years of dating. We have been married for three years now. We have no children. However, we do have two dogs and a cat.

What was your favorite activity and/or sport in high school or at college? My favorite activities growing up were Basketball, Softball, Band and Art.

What’s your favorite aspect of Oklahoma City? The Oklahoma City Thunder, Restaurant options, Ballet of Oklahoma and the Oklahoma City Philharmonic

What was the last book you read? Tess Gerritsen’s The Mephisto Club

What’s your favorite movie? Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood

If you could travel anywhere, where would you go? Italy, Greece or Ireland

What has been your favorite vacation destination so far? Northern Spain is amazing! Southern Spain is awesome too, but it’s a little too hot for me.

On a typical Saturday or Sunday afternoon, what would we often find you doing? If I’m not cleaning the house, I’m either watching a good movie, reading a book or knitting.

What has been one of your favorite memories while at HCCN? The Staff Christmas party for 2013 was probably one of the best times I have had. Everyone was in such good spirits and we really enjoyed each other outside of the office. It was nice to get to know one another on a more personal level.

Tell us something about yourself that most people at HCCN probably don’t know: I play the guitar and sing with a group of people every now and then.

About Hartzog Conger Cason & Neville – Hartzog Conger Cason & Neville’s experienced legal teams serve businesses, high net worth families and individuals, and charitable organizations. Principal practice areas include litigation, business and financial transactions, tax controversies, trust and estate planning, family law, oil and gas law, and real estate.

Additional information about the firm is available at: www.HartzogLaw.com & Facebook.com/HartzogLaw.