Dewey Follett Bartlett, Jr.*
Chairman Of The Board
Dewey Follett Bartlett Jr. is an American politician and businessman who served as the 39th Mayor of Tulsa, Oklahoma. An oil industry executive and political figure in Tulsa, Bartlett was the Republican nominee for mayor of Tulsa in the 2009 election, and was elected as Tulsa’s 39th mayor on November 10, 2009. He is the President of the Keener Oil & Gas Company, the successor to a family business previously run by his father, and has served as the chairman of the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board and the National Stripper Well Association, as well as a member of the board of the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority. After completing his bachelor’s degree in accounting from Regis College in Denver, Colorado, Dewey went on to get his MBA in finance at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. Dewey was born and raised in Tulsa and lives here with his wife Victoria. They have three children. His son Dewey F. Bartlett III is a Petroleum Engineer with Casillas Petroleum. Their daughter Ann A. Bennett is a photographer, and their second daughter Andrea Brown is an Assistant District Attorney in Tulsa.