Ken Luttrell

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Candidate Details

OK House District: HD 37

Party Affiliation: Republican







Representative Luttrell is a fifth generation Oklahoman. His Cherokee ancestors survived the Trail of Tears to Indian Territory and settled near Grand Lake. A resident of Ponca City, he has been married to his wife, Brenda, for 32 years. He has two daughters, Shannon and Lauren, their spouses, three grandsons and a new granddaughter due in January all residing in Ponca City. The family attends First Baptist Church.

Ken is retired after 28 years of retail management with Wal-Mart and from a second career in tribal public relations and economic development. A long time public servant, Luttrell has served his community as a board member of Main Street, The Literacy Council, Airport Advisory Board, Kaw Lake Association, Ponca City Planning Commision, Red Cross, and the Salvation Army. He presently serves on the boards of the Poncan Theater Foundation and the Community Health Foundation. A US Army Veteran, Rep. Luttrell is a member of the American Legion, Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 750, Disabled American Veterans and is the Director of American Legion Riders Post 14. He has also served on the National American Legion Media and Communication Council. He is a proud member of AMBUCS, Elks and the Moose fraternal organizations.

Rep. Luttrell has spent a lifetime working with at risk youth as a coach, judge and referee for USA Boxing. His work in founding community drug, gang and violence prevention boxing programs has been recognized by President Clinton, Governor Keating and Governor Henry. Luttrell previously served in the Legislature from 2006-2010 where he was appointed to the National Energy Council, served on the Executive Committee of the National Caucus of Native American State Legislators and as co-chair of the Oklahoma House of Representatives Native American Caucus.