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Advisory Board


Bandy Sanders

Bandy graduated from Cameron University with a BS in Elementary Education. She retired after teaching at Comanche Public Schools for 21 years. She is currently the Media Director at Ray of Hope Church. Her greatest accomplishment is being Mom to her three children and being Nana to her three grandchildren. Being a teacher to thousands of students has been the greatest privilege of her life because teachers change the world.


Debbie Carr

Debbie graduated from SOSU with a BS in Education. She retired after teaching 33 years at Comanche Public Schools. She is an active member at Ray of Hope Church where she was VBS director for eight years. She volunteers at Christian Helping Hands and is a mentor at Stand in the Gap Ministries support groups. She and her husband Mark have one son, Nick, and a daughter-in-law, Amanda. They have four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. She enjoys spending time with her family, following along on her grandchildren's activities, reading, and fishing.

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Rick Rodgers

Rick received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Oklahoma in 1965 and is experienced as a prosecutor, judge, and mediator. He is the author of multiple legal articles and has served as a guest professor at University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University, and others. He has sat on many boards and been a part of many associations, including Duncan Boys Club, Oklahoma Bar Association, and Chamber of Commerce. He and his wife Carolyn have four children, Michelle, Sandra, Rex, and Brett. He enjoys wood sculpting, etymological study, and theater. 


Dr. Jeff Jones

Jeff earned a BS from Lubbock Christian University and earned his MD from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. He has practiced medicine for over 45 years in Oklahoma, Texas, and Nigeria. He is currently practicing medicine at Duncan Medical Associates and Duncan Regional Hospital Sleep Center. He has sat on many boards and is currently chairman of the Duncan Physicians' Organization. He attends and teaches at Ray of Hope Church. He and his wife Kathy have five children and eight grandchildren. His hobbies are spending time with friends and family, ATVing in the mountains, traveling, gardening, and reading.


Ryan Woody

Ryan graduated from SWOSU School of Pharmacy with a Pharmacy Doctorate in 2002. He has worked in retail pharmacy for 20 years and has owned and operated Thompson's Pharmacy in Comanche since 2013. He is happily married to Stephanie, and they have four daughters. When he is not at the pharmacy, he enjoys spending time with his family, fishing, and hunting.

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