Brian Renegar: A Care Provider And Outstanding Public Servant
Brian Renegar originally hails from McAlester, Oklahoma. He has been a Member of the Angel Fire Resort community for almost three years. As a veterinarian who still operates a mobile clinic here in the Moreno Valley, the owner of the Renegar Inn, and a member of the Oklahoma State Legislature. His alma mater — Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College — named him the school’s Outstanding Alumnus in 2019.
Read on to learn more about Brian and this candidacy for a seat on the AAFPO Board of Directors.
What made you decide to run for a seat on the AAFPO Board of Directors?
Like many Members, I am very dissatisfied with the current Board’s actions.
What, in your opinion, is the most pressing issue facing the Member community?
I would name two: the current Board’s unwillingness to seek input from the Membership at large; the lawsuit, which places our home values in jeopardy.
How would you describe your management (or leadership) style?
I make only informed decisions based on the best available information. If I don’t know the answer to a question, I will research until I find the answer. I also believe it’s my duty to keep the people who elected me informed. So I am always reachable.
What special skills or experiences would you bring to the AAFPO Board?
I previously served in the Oklahoma House of Representatives for 12 years. In my tenure, I attended numerous workshops on political subdivisions, where I learned the art of compromise.
How would you describe a perfect day at Angel Fire Resort?
Sitting on my deck in front of the fire pit and watching another spectacular sunset!