In the spring of 2016, a group of private sector business and community leaders decided it was time to organize community wide support for the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office.
Jon M. McGrath is a fourth generation Railroad Contractor and President of McGrath LLC in Tulsa. His firm designs, constructs, maintains and inspects railroads for Shortline, Regional, Military and Industrial railroad customers. Jon has been involved in the construction of a number of Inter City Mass Transit Systems across the United States.
A native Tulsan, Jon was educated at Bishop Kelley High School, Crowder College, The University of Oklahoma and Tuck Business School at Dartmouth College.
Jon helped establish the Northeast Oklahoma Warrants Taskforce through the United States Marshals Service and was a founding member of the Tulsa Police Department Foundation. Jon has served on a number of public and private boards including the Tulsa Police Community Relations Committee, Tulsa Human Rights Commission, Tulsa Transit Authority and INCOG. He is the former Chairman of the National Railroad Construction & Maintenance Association (NRC) based in Washington, D.C. and a graduate of Leadership Tulsa and Leadership Oklahoma.
Jon currently serves on the City of Tulsa- Rogers County Port Authority, Tulsa Industrial Authority and the Board of Directors at the Midway USA Foundation.
Frazier is the President and CEO of American Bank and Trust Company in Tulsa. A graduate of Northwestern University and the University of Tulsa College of Law, Frazier currently serves as a Director of CommunityCare Managed Health Plans of Oklahoma and as Vice Chairman of the Department of Corrections Board of Corrections.
Frazier also serves as a Trustee of the Tulsa County Bar foundation and as a Director of the Boy Scouts of America Indian Nations Council and the Tulsa Committee of 100. His past service includes membership on the boards of the Oklahoma Bankers Association, Operation Aware, the Henry Zarrow International School foundation and the Child Abuse Network, among others.
Frazier is married to State Rep. Katie Henke, and the couple have a young son, Fletcher.
Darren Gantz is president of the Gantz Organization, LLC. A graduate of Oklahoma State University and Oklahoma Wesleyan University School of Graduate and Professional Studies with an MBA in Finance. He currently serves as the Chairman of the Tulsa County Sheriff Foundation. In addition Gantz has served his community through volunteering in various church outreaches, civic organizations, and other charity groups in various capacities. Gantz is a three time past Chairman of the Tulsa County Republican Men’s Club, executive board member of the Tulsa County Republican Party, and executive director of the Oklahoma College Republicans as well as Oklahomans for Liberty. Gantz has also served as chairman of a law enforcement personnel task force, law enforcement memorial committee board member, and as chairman of a law enforcement sales tax committee. Darren is a graduate of Leadership Jenks, Jenks Public Schools Select Finance Committee, Vice-President of Optimist Club, Kiwanis Community Service Project Chair, Chairman of a Church Building Expansion Committee, Church Personnel Committee board member, Toastmaster, Fraternal Philanthropy and Membership Chairman. Darren currently serves as a board member for his homeowners association, is a member of the Committee of 100, and is the current finance chair for the Oklahoma State Republican Party. Gantz has also served on the Life Insurance Underwriters Political Action Committee, he is licensed in life, health, annuity, property, and casualty insurance.
Jason is a lifelong Tulsan and works in the real estate industry at Ting Realty as a real estate developer and broker. He is a high-school graduate of the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics and Jenks HS, and Jason has Masters degrees from Oklahoma State University and OSU Center for Health Sciences.
He also serves locally on the board of the Oklahoma Chapter of NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association, and nationally on various NAIOP committees, as well as a faculty member on NAIOP’s Center of Education.
Jason is married and has two children.