OkMRF was established in 1966 by the City of Shawnee and the City of Ada signing a Trust Agreement which established the OkMRF System and Trust. Twenty-six members joined that first year. (Each new member today still joins OkMRF by entering into the same Agreement with Shawnee and Ada.) OkMRF is authorized under State statutes to pool funds for investment purposes.
Currently, OkMRF has assets exceeding $800 million. The System began with a Defined Benefit Program only, and now offers Defined Contribution, Customized Manager Option and Retiree Medical Programs.
Our Features and Benefits
OkMRF is owned and operated by its members. Our plans and services have been developed by our members through their representatives – the OkMRF Board of Trustees. This nine member board, elected by the members of each district, listens. The Trustees respond to the requests of the employers and employees. This is evident in the continual expansion of services and plan features.
OkMRF specializes in government plans by design. We are very familiar with the needs, objectives and plan requirements (or lack of) which might be unique to the government sector. The OkMRF staff and team of consultants provide a professional service which is not duplicated anywhere.
OkMRF members share plan costs. This enables many municipalities to provide plans which might not be affordable otherwise. A majority of the plan administrative costs, investment fees and consultant fees are shared pro rata of plan assets. As a result, plan costs are minimal.
OkMRF is a non-profit organization. We do not pay any sales commissions to employees or consultants. There is no hidden agenda or ulterior motive other than providing the best system possible and remaining the State’s premier municipal retirement program.
The coalition of municipalities provides the best possible avenue of services. All programs are administered locally here in Oklahoma. The direct relationships between the Trustees and the district members provide a communication link which assures employers and employees the ability to be heard and to be a part of the development of new programs and services.
Our Members’ and Plan Participants’ best interests are the highest priority for the OkMRF Trustees.
The Trustees are responsible for the overall implementation and success of the retirement programs, assisted by the OkMRF staff and a team of professional advisors. OkMRF assumes the fiduciary duties so your Council or Board doesn’t have to.
Some of the specific fiduciary duties are:
Amend the plan upon Member request or as needed to maintain its qualified status with the Internal Revenue Service
Adopt an investment policy, the governing document from which the retirement plan’s objectives and investment menu are developed and measured
Conduct investment manager searches, due diligence, selection, hiring and termination when necessary
Monitor the performance of managers compared with their peer groups and benchmarks
Monitor managers and consultants to ensure fees and expenses being charged are reasonable for services provided
Obtain training and education on new laws, regulations, industry trends and best practices
Comply with the Oklahoma Open Meetings and Records Act
Secure fiduciary liability coverage to protect the trust
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Trustee Emeritus City of Weatherford, Retiree Term: Forevermore Fax: 405-606-7879
George is the OkMRF Trustee Emeritus. He retired as City Administrator from the City of Weatherford where he served for thirty (30) years. Prior to that, George was a City Commissioner and Vice Mayor for five (5) years and worked as a T. G. & Y. store manager for sixteen (16) years. George served as a Board Member on the South Western Oklahoma Development Authority (SWODA) and the Oklahoma Municipal League (OML). He was inducted into both the Weatherford and Cushing High School Alumni Hall of Fames. In 1991, George received the Don Rider Award. In 2004, George was inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame for City and Town Officials.
George has served on the OkMRF Board of Trustees since 1982. He was the Board Chair for twenty (20) years and named Trustee Emeritus on March 31, 2016. The Board honored George by developing the George F. Wilkinson award in his name. This prestigious award is to be presented annually to an outstanding OkMRF Authorized Agent in the state of Oklahoma.
Chairman, District 3 City of Ada, Finance Director and Treasurer Term: 2017 Phone: 580-436-6300 Fax: 580-436-8052 Email: email@example.com
Donna represents OkMRF District 3. Since 1987, she has been employed by the City of Ada. In 1992, she became the Finance Director and Treasurer. Donna is a Certified Public Accountant with an Accounting Degree from East Central University. She also has completed the Oklahoma Municipal Treasurers Institute. Donna is a member of the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA), Oklahoma Municipal Clerks and Treasurers Association, Municipal Treasurers Association of the United States & Canada and the American Institute and the Oklahoma Society of CPAs. She has a Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy.
Donna is Chairman of the OkMRF Board and serves on the OkMRF Administrative Committee. She has served on the OkMRF Board of Trustees since 2002.
Vice Chairman, At-large City of Frederick, City Manager Term: 2019 Phone: 580-335-7551 Fax: 580-335-5144 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert represents the At-large Membership. Since 1993, he has been the City Manager for the City of Frederick. Robert has completed his coursework for a Master's of Public Administration. Prior to that, he worked as the Public Works Director in Clinton and City Manager in Tonkawa. Robert has served as a Board member and President of City Management Association of Oklahoma (CMAO), Municipal Electric Systems of Oklahoma (MESO) and OML. He also served as Regional Vice President of International City/County Management Association (ICMA). He currently serves as Board Member and Vice Chair of the Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority (OMUP) Board. In 2010, he received the MESO Ray Duffy award. In 2011, he received the Don Rider award. In 2013, Robert was inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame for City and Town Officials.
Robert is the Vice Chairman of the OkMRF Board and the OkMRF Administrative Committee Chair. He has served on the OkMRF Board of Trustees since 2014.
Treasurer, District 8 City of Watonga, Retiree Term: 2017 Phone: 580-623-5129 Fax: 405-606-7879 Email: email@example.com
Leroy represents OkMRF District 8. He fully retired as Treasurer from the City of Watonga in 2015 where he served for fifty-six (56) years. During that time, he worked in various capacities as light and water commissioner, finance director and a firefighter for twenty (20) years. Currently, Leroy is serving on the Pioneer Telephone Cooperative Board of Trustees. He also has served on the Municipal Electric Systems of Oklahoma, Northwest Oklahoma Development Association and was an Oklahoma Municipal League board member. He received the MESO Ray Duffy award. In 2007, Leroy was inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame for City and Town Officials. Leroy is credited with serving on the original 1966 Committee to create the Oklahoma Municipal Retirement Fund.
Leroy is the Treasurer of the OkMRF Board and is the OkMRF Contract Committee Chair. He has served on the OkMRF Board of Trustees since 2002.
Bertha Ann Young
Secretary, District 4 City of Shawnee, Retiree Term: 2019 Phone: 405-273-6806 Fax: 405-606-7879
Bertha Ann represents OkMRF District 2. She retired as Treasurer from the City of Shawnee where she worked for fifty-one (51) years. She has served on the State Commission for Training City Clerks, Treasurers and Finance Officers. Bertha Ann has been certified as a municipal clerk and as a municipal finance administrator. She is a member and Past President of Oklahoma Chapter of Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA), Oklahoma Treasurers Association, and Oklahoma Association of Municipal Clerks, Treasurers and Financial Officials. In 2005, Bertha Ann was inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame for City and Town Officials.
Bertha Ann is the Secretary of the OkMRF Board and serves on the OkMRF Administrative Committee. She has served on the OkMRF Board of Trustees since 1978. Bertha Ann has held the office of Secretary of the Board since she was elected in 1978.
Jim Luckett, Jr.
Board Trustee, District 7 City of Thomas, Retiree Term: 2020 Phone: 405-401-5327 Fax: 405-606-7879 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jim represents OkMRF District 7. He is a retiree from the City of Thomas. Jim retired with over thirty-two (32) years of management experience in municipal government, having worked for several OkMRF Member municipalities including El Reno, Fairview, Guthrie, Mangum, Thomas and Tonkawa. Jim served on the Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority Board and the Municipal Electric Systems of Oklahoma Board. Jim has a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science and a minor in Economics from Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford. He is a member of the Society of Pension Professionals.
Jim is the OkMRF Investment Committee Chair. He has served on the OkMRF Board of Trustees since 1987.
Board Trustee, District 2 City of Sallisaw, Retiree Term: 2020 Phone: 918-776-7476 Fax: 405-606-7879 Email: email@example.com
Bob represents OkMRF District 2. He retired as City Clerk and Treasurer from the City of Sallisaw in 2010 where he served for twenty-six (26) years. Bob was the City’s Purchasing Agent before retiring as City Clerk and Treasurer. He completed the Certification Program for Municipal Finance Administrators and the Program for Municipal Clerks. Bob has a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Accounting from Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford. He was a member of the Oklahoma Association of Public Treasurers, serving on the Board of Directors; a member of the Oklahoma Municipal Clerks and Treasurers & Finance Officials, serving on the Board of Directors; served on the Oklahoma Clerks Institute Advisory Committee; and was a member of Government Finance Officials Association. He has a Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy.
Bob serves on the OkMRF Investment Committee. He has served on the OkMRF Board of Trustees since 2005.
Board Trustee, District 5 City of Stillwater, Chief Financial Officer Term: 2021 Phone: 405-742-8240 Fax: 405-742-8208 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Melissa represents OkMRF District 5. Melissa is Chief Financial Officer for the City of Stillwater. Melissa received bachelor’s and master’s degrees in accounting from Oklahoma State University. Melissa’s work experience includes public accounting and private industry experience in addition to 15 years of public sector experience. Melissa is a certified public accountant and a certified government financial manager. Melissa is a member of the Oklahoma Society of CPAs, the Association of Government Accountants and the Government Finance Officers Association.
Melissa serves on the OkMRF Contract Committee. She has served on the OkMRF Board of Trustees since 2016.
Board Trustee, District 6 City of Mustang, City Manager Term: 2021 Phone: 405-376-7738 Fax: 405-376-7726 Email: email@example.com
Tim represents OkMRF District 6. Since 2013, he has been City Manager for the City of Mustang. Prior to that, he served as the City and Borough Manager in Wrangell, Alaska and was the Assistant City Manager in Owasso, OK. He has over twenty-seven (27) years in municipal government with twenty (20) of those years in the State of Oklahoma. Tim is the Vice President of City Management Association of Oklahoma (CMAO) and has served as past president. He is also on the Oklahoma Municipal League (OML) Legislative Committee. He is an active member of International City/County Management Association (ICMA). Tim received his Master of Business Administration from Southern Nazarene University and his Bachelor’s Degree in Regional Planning from Mansfield University of Pennsylvania. In 2016, he received the Gerald Wilkins City Manager of the year award.
Tim serves on the OkMRF Contract Committee. He has served on the OkMRF Board of Trustees since 2016.
Hollis “Ed” Tinker
Board Trustee, District 1 City of Glenpool, Retiree Term: 2018 Phone: 918-640-9658 Fax: 405-606-7879 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ed represents OkMRF District 1. He retired as City Manager from the City of Glenpool in 2013. Ed retired with over twenty (20) years of leadership experience in municipal government with Drumright, Glenpool, Hugo and McAlester. He is a member of the City Management Association of Oklahoma (CMAO). Ed served as a Board Member with the Oklahoma Municipal League (OML) and as a Councilperson from the City of McAlester. He also served on the Executive Board of Indian Nations Council of Governments (INCOG). He has a Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy.
Ed serves on the OkMRF Investment Committee. He has served on the OkMRF Board of Trustees since 2013.
Member Cities, Towns and Municipal Agencies
OkMRF is comprised of cities, towns and municipal agencies in the state of Oklahoma. The OkMRF Members are listed below by district. There are eight districts which divide up the state for purposes of nominating and electing the OkMRF Board Trustees. Each member is allowed to nominate a retiree, eligible employee or council member to serve on the board and entitled to cast one vote during the election. The board term is five years. One trustee serves at-large and is elected by all members across the state.
OkMRF Staff is dedicated to provide best practice solutions. We develop long-standing working relationships with your employees, Human Resources departments and Municipal Staff to ensure all retirement plan needs are met. We commit to proactively strategizing with you, our Members, to implement solutions that meet your municipalities’ goals. Furthermore, we are dedicated to help enroll, educate and provide retiree counseling for our Plan Participants.
OkMRF is proud to provide an outstanding team of professionals to service your plan – all at a low competitive cost. OkMRF is able to retain such an impressive team because the member municipalities and agencies share expenses. The cost efficiencies result because you – our members – share plan expenses. The result: OkMRF negotiates low fees for you and your plan participants. There is power in numbers and together we are stronger!
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Jodi is responsible for the overall operation of OkMRF, reporting to a nine (9) member Board of Trustees which represents the OkMRF membership; coordinates activities of the Trustees, consultants and staff; serves as liaison to the Administrative Committee; works with the Member municipalities on plan design and enhancements; and coordinates activities and services for the OkMRF Members and Participants.
Prior to joining OkMRF, she worked in public accounting. Jodi is a Certified Public Accountant and is a graduate of East Central University with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. She is a member of the American Institute, Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants, National Society of Pension Professionals and CMAO. She has a Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy. Jodi has worked with OkMRF since September 1995.
Plan Advisor and Portfolio Strategist Phone: 888-394-6673, ext 103 Fax: 405-606-7879 Cell: 405-826-7392 Email: email@example.com
Chris oversees on-site retirement education programs for Participants and training Member municipalities regarding plan administration, plan design and enhancements; serves as liaison to the Investment Committee; processes necessary Customized Manager Option (CMO) plan amendments; and manages the relationships with the OkMRF investment managers and independent investment consultant.
Prior to joining OkMRF, Chris was a financial advisor at both Bank One and American Express. Chris is a Certified Financial Planner and is a graduate of OSU with a Master of Science focusing in Family Financial Planning and a Bachelor of Science in Workforce Education and Development from Southern Illinois University. Chris has worked with OkMRF since January 2004.
Katie is responsible for on-site retirement education to Participants and training Member municipalities regarding plan administration, plan design and enhancements; tracks securities litigation; and reviews/approves Defined Benefit (DB) distributions.
Prior to joining OkMRF, Katie was a financial services/team leader for American Fidelity. Katie has obtained FINRA Series 7, NASAA Series 66 and Oklahoma State Insurance licenses. She is also LEAN leadership certified and is a graduate of University of Central Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Business in Finance and a Bachelor of Business in Accounting. Katie has worked with OkMRF since August 2016.
Rhnea is responsible for the preparation of the OkMRF financial and GASB reports; reconciles activity from the custodian; oversees final participant and plan data for actuarial valuations; serves as liaison to the Contract Committee; manages asset buys, sells and transfers; and monitors trust account activity.
Prior to joining OkMRF, Rhnea worked for the City of Oklahoma City for over twenty-five (25) years in the areas of internal audit and accounting and served as the City Treasurer for thirteen (13) years. Rhnea is a graduate of OSU with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. Rhnea has worked with OkMRF since October 2008.
Distribution and Project Specialist Phone: 888-394-6673, ext 104 Fax: 405-606-7879 Cell: 405-833-4673 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kari is responsible for plan document amendments and updates; files plans with the IRS on behalf of Members; processes fund expenses and OkMRF payroll; oversees the OkMRF distribution team; manages OkMRF records, retention and destruction schedule; and revises administrative forms.
She works remotely for OkMRF.
Prior to joining OkMRF, Kari worked in the banking industry for over nineteen (19) years in a variety of capacities including customer service, accounting, trust services and payroll. Kari is a graduate of OSU with a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Science and a minor in Accounting. Kari has worked with OkMRF since February 2001.
Gloria is responsible for the overall office support of administrative services; prepares all participant handouts and plan materials; maintains membership databases; prepares agenda packets; and coordinates all incoming and outgoing office correspondence.
Prior to joining OkMRF, Gloria worked at the Central Oklahoma Juvenile Center as the Librarian and a substitute teacher, working with delinquent and criminal teenagers from the Oklahoma area. Gloria is also active in her church where she works as the Youth Director, Choir Director, Sunday School/Bible Instructor and Church Secretary. She studied Sociology and Physical Education at Southeastern State University and East Central University. Gloria has worked with OkMRF since September 2006.
Catherine is responsible for processing Defined Benefit (DB) retirement applications and distributions; researches deceased Participants and cost of living pension adjustments; works with Members and Participants in providing DB pension estimates; and helps Defined Contribution (DC) Participants with the website and toll-free information line.
Prior to joining OkMRF, Catherine worked in the banking industry for over twenty-four (24) years in the areas of item processing, payroll management and safekeeping. Catherine attended high school in Seminole, OK, and has completed extensive college coursework in Business Administration. Catherine has worked with OkMRF since May 2008.
Jeanette is responsible for overseeing Member payroll submissions and updating participant data for the Defined Benefit (DB) and Defined Contribution (DC) Plans; oversees the OkMRF recordkeeping team; coordinates recordkeeping services with both Dean Actuaries and VOYA Financial; and oversees general office administration.
Prior to joining OkMRF, Jeanette worked in the banking industry for over sixteen (16) years in the areas of retirement plan recordkeeping, payroll and employee benefits. Jeanette is a graduate of Beloit Vocational Technical School with a Business/Accounting degree. Jeanette has worked with OkMRF since December 1997.
Lindsay is responsible for the input/upload of all Participant payroll data for the Defined Benefit (DB) and Defined Contribution (DC) Plans; sets up new participants; assists in the OKMRF financial audit and GASB audit; updates OkMRF web-site; trains members on web payroll input; and notifies the custodian of daily deposit activity.
Lindsay is a graduate of Southwestern Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor of Business in Business Management and a minor in Finance. Lindsay has worked with OkMRF since September 2013.
Jody is responsible for the daily verification and balancing of daily deposits to the Defined Benefit (DB) and Defined Contribution (DC) programs; processes DB (non-vested) contribution refunds; monitors DC Participant loans; processes DB contribution rate change requests; and prepares the annual contribution summaries for the DB Membership.
Prior to joining OkMRF, Jody worked for twenty-five (25) years in the banking industry in the areas of corporate trust and safekeeping; and taught English for five (5) years. Jody is a graduate from OSU with a Bachelor of Language Arts and Library Science. Jody has worked with OkMRF since December 2008.
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Deltra serves as the Strategic Relationship Manager for OkMRF retirement plan members. Deltra’ s specific tasks include connecting with the OkMRF Board and staff to understand the goals and needs of the program for all members, and working with Voya teams and external business partners to execute accordingly. Deltra is primarily responsible for overseeing business strategy for OkMRF, informing members of updates to the Voya® family of companies products and services, regulatory impacts to client plans, research on industry best practices, and serves as client promoter within Voya for product and service enhancements.
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Caitlin serves as the Relationship Manager for the OkMRF DB retirement plan custodied at Northern Trust. Her ultimate responsibility is the satisfaction of the OkMRF Board and staff. As the relationship advisor and advocate, she focuses on developing long-term, rewarding partnerships with OkMRF. On an ongoing basis, Caitlin serves as OkMRF’s strategist and facilitator by managing Northern Trust's commitment to OkMRF, addressing any issues to ensure appropriate resources are dedicated to the relationship, and identifying opportunities to enhance, add value, and expand the relationship.
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Dean Actuaries is proud to have served as the OkMRF actuary since 1997. We value our experience with the Trustees, OkMRF employers and the participants.
OkMRF defined benefit pension plans have demonstrated a high degree of financial stability, excellent plan design and safe funding levels. They are a model of how defined benefit plans should be handled by governmental employers. We believe our service as the Actuary has contributed to these outstanding results.
David serves as general counsel to the Board of Trustees of the Oklahoma Municipal Retirement Fund. Mr. Davis has more than forty years experience in representing municipalities, public trusts, and related entities in a wide range of matters. His service with Oklahoma Municipal Retirement Fund includes representation of the Board of Trustees and advising the staff on legal issues arising in the administration and operation of the retirement plans.
David has been associated with OkMRF since about 1975.
Meetings and Events
Investment, Contract and Administrative Committee meetings are called, as needed, and typically start at 9:00 a.m. with regular Board of Trustee meetings immediately following at 10:00 a.m.
OkMRF public meetings will be held at the following location unless otherwise notified:
525 Central Park Drive, Suite 320
Oklahoma City, OK
Upcoming Meetings & Agendas
Board Meeting - April 28, 2017. Inv. Manager: JP Morgan Bonds and Real Estate
Board Meeting - May 25, 2017. Budget and Updated Contracts
Finley & Cook: Audited GASB 68 Statements
Board Meeting - April 28, 2017 Inv. Manager: JP Morgan Bonds and Real Estate
Board Meeting - May 25, 2017 Budget and Updated Contracts
Finley & Cook: Audited GASB 68 Statements
Board Meeting - June 30, 2017 Final Budget Approval, if not approved in May
Inv. Manager: State Street (S&P Indes, Russell Small Cap Index, US Bond Index, Global Equity Indexes and Target Date Retirement Funds)
Inv. Manager: Integrity Small Cap Value
Board Meeting - July 28, 2017 Inv. Manager: TimesSquare Small and SMID Growth
Inv. Manager: River Road SMID Value
Dean Actuaries, LLC: Market Impact
Board Meeting - August 25, 2017 Voya: Recordkeeping, DC Custodial Services and Fixed Plus
Northern Trust: DB Custodial Services
ACG: Semi-Annual Report with Investment Committee
Investment Committee Meeting - August 25, 2017 ACG: Semi-Annual Report
Board Meeting - September 29, 2017 ACG: Long-Short Review and Quarterly Update (2Q17)
Dean Actuaries, LLC: Experience Study, Actuarial Methods & Assumptions
Off campus after Public Funds, Location TBD
Board Meeting - October 27, 2017 Review 2017 Meeting Schedule
Election of Trustee Officers
Inv. Manager: Artisan International Value
Inv. Manager: WCM International Growth
Board Meeting - November 30, 2017 Inv. Manager: Harding Loevner (Emerging Markets)
Inv. Manager: Investec Asset Management (International Core)
Board Meeting - December 21, 2017 Dean Actuaries, LLC: Topics of Interest
Finley & Cook: Audited Financial Statements 2017
Christmas Luncheon after Board Meeting
Meetings and Events
Board Meeting - March 31, 2017 ACG: Long-Short Review (4Q16)
ACG: Review Investment Policies & Guidelines
Inv. Manager: INTECH (Large Cap Index Plus)
Dean Actuaries, LLC: Summary of GASB 68 AGENDA
Investment Committee Meeting - March 30, 2017 AGENDA
Board Meeting - February 24, 2017 ACG: Semi-Annual Report with Investment Committee
ACG: Liquid Absolute Return - Fixed Income Education
Dean Actuaries, LLC: Summary of Actuarial Funding Studies AGENDA | MINUTES
Board Meeting - July 29, 2016 Inv. Manager: TimesSquare Small and SMID Growth
Dean Actuaries, LLC.: Market Impact, Actuarial Methods & Assumptions AGENDA | MINUTES
Board Meeting - June 24, 2016 Final Budget Approval, if not approved in May
Inv. Manager: State Street (S&P Index, Russell Small Cap Index, US Bond Index, Global Equity Indexes and Target Date Retirement Funds) AGENDA | MINUTES
Investment Committee Meeting - February 26, 2016 AGENDA | MINUTES
Board Meeting - January 29, 2016 ACG: 2015 Annual Summary and 2016 Initiative Review
Finley & Cook: Audited Financial Statements for 2015 AGENDA | MINUTES
Investment Committee Meeting - January 28, 2016 A Special Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Oklahoma Municipal Retirement Fund and the
Investment Committee of the Oklahoma Municipal Retirement Fund was called for Thursday, January 28, 2016 at 1:30 p.m. AGENDA | MINUTES