A fifth generation native of Custer County, Anthony grew up spending his weekends on his family farm. He’d help mend fences, feed cattle and throw hay. After graduating from Clinton High School, where he won a state championship in golf, Anthony earned a bachelor’s degree from Oklahoma Christian University and a law degree from Oklahoma City University. Anthony worked in the oil and gas business as a landman, before answering the call to come home and serve Custer County as an Assistant District Attorney. He is now a dedicated community servant and lawyer in private practice. Anthony loves western Oklahoma. He credits all of the blessings in his life to growing up in a small town. He and his wife, Rachel, have three children, Quinn (8), Karsten (6) and Cohen (2). A deacon at the Church of Christ, Anthony is a proud, Christian conservative. He is 100% pro-life and a strong supporter of the Second Amendment.