Volunteers

OSCO is a non-profit organization run by volunteers who are interested in helping Oklahoma’s young people better succeed in life through participation in
quality chess activities. Oklahoma scholastic chess couldn’t have had so many accomplishments in such a short time without all of OSCO’s much appreciated volunteers.

Volunteers are always needed to help OSCO with it’s tournaments and other scholastic chess related activities. If you can volunteer some of your time to help OSCO better serve Oklahoma’s scholastic chess players, please contact OSCO.

OSCO Thanks The Following Volunteers

for helping OSCO serve Oklahoma’s Scholastic Chess Players in the last year

  • Steve & Carrie Sawyer – Chouteau
  • Jacqueline Bentele – Jenks
  • Mike & Leslie Swatek – Claremore
  • Pam & Jerry Cottrill – Broken Arrow
  • Lynne Chapman – Tulsa
  • Michele Swartz – Tulsa
  • Brian Ball – Anadarko
  • Michelle Silvey- Broken Arrow
  • Kevin Ikenberry-Tulsa
  • Phil Martin-Tulsa
  • Alan Pfeiffer – Sapulpa
  • Cindy Blair – Edmond
  • John & Shelia Malone – Claremore
  • Kari Burkhardt – Claremore
  • Howard & Robin Thompson – Claremore
  • Ken & Jeannie Seidel – Claremore
  • Tammy & Anthony White – Claremore
  • Brian Sidlinger – Tulsa
  • AJ Bailey – Midwest City
  • Robert Epperly – Midwest City
  • Jim Gray – Oklahoma City
  • Linda Djahedian – Claremore
  • Mark and Cindy Ramsey – Claremore
  • Terri and Alan Buynak  – Broken Arrow
  • George Kohlhofer- Oologah
  • Tom Pepper – Oklahoma City
  • Pam and Joe Bolger – Oologah
  • David Nichols – Edmond
  • Stephanie Simmons – Edmond
  • Michelle Dunlap – Edmond
  • Sherry Kettner – Edmond
  • Pam Roney – Edmond
  • John Holliday – Broken Arrow
  • Rod Whitlatch – Tulsa