Actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth was among the six 2010 inductees into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame. The honorees were inducted in a Nov. 4 ceremony at the Cox Convention Center.
Chenoweth, a native of Broken Arrow, is a star of the stage and screen, already having earned a Tony and Emmy in her career. Her fellow inductees are:
” Edward F. Keller, chairman of Summit Bank of Tulsa;
” Robert A. Hefner III, founder and owner of The GHK Company;
” Judy Love, chairman of Love’s Family Foundation;
” Michael C. Turpen, member of Riggs, Abney, Neal, Turpen, Orbison and Lewis Law Firm; and
” Lew O. Ward III, chairman of Ward Petroleum Corporation.
Since the Hall of Fame’s inception in 1927, 641 individuals have been honored. Nominees must have resided in Oklahoma, performed outstanding service to the state or country, be known for such contributions, and been generous with their time and commitment to the community.