Paul Toon takes CMH Board position
Paul Toon, County Executive Director for the Farm Service Agency has taken the Cimarron Memorial Hospital board seat vacated with the resignation of Rev. Frank Lynch.
Lynch, who was the board vice-president resigned at the reccommendation of his physican.
Toon, a native of Northeastern Oklahma , grew up as a member of the Creek Indian Nation.
He and his family, wife Tamara and daughter Rhiannon moved here from Muskogee two years ago.
He is a 16-year veteran of government service.
Asked why he decided to serve, Toon said, “They asked me. It's part of community service.”
Asked what he hoped to accomplish as a board member, Toon said, “To try and benefit the community. I'm not going in with a list of ideas or changes. I'm just looking to serve and work to do what needs to be done.
Toon grew up in Eufala and started his government service in a training position “..with the Indians.”
“Dealing with the government can be a pain; but working with the farmers and ranchers is a pleasure. They are enjoyable people,” Toon said.
His hobbies include collecting “Hot Wheels” cars, photography and long distance bike riding.
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