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National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum Board of Directors Elects New Members
Museum’s Board embraces knowledge, involvement, and diversity with newly appointed members.
OKLAHOMA CITY — The Board of Directors at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum announced the appointment of native Kansas resident Lee Reeve to the Associate Board, as well as two additional Associate Board Members and one new Full Board Member.
The National Cowboy Museum’s Board of Directors’ objective is to oversee and direct management in fulfilling the Museum’s mission and purposes. The Museum’s business and affairs are managed by its Board of Directors; they also set policy and strategy as well as provide oversight and decision-making guidance.
“We are pleased to welcome Mr. Reeve to the National Cowboy Museum’s Associate Board,” said Chief Financial Officer and Interim President and CEO Gary Moore. “Lee encompasses the great history and culture of the American West and brings abundant experience, knowledge, and leadership to an ever-evolving Board.”
Reeve is currently or has been a director of the Commerce Bank in Garden City, the Garden City Chamber of Commerce, Beef Empire Days, and the Garden City Federal Land Bank. He is a member of the Kansas Livestock Association, where he was chairman of both the Water Council and the Cattle Feeders Council.
Reeve is also a sixth-generation cattleman and holds a degree from Kansas State University in Agriculture Economics. He is the group manager of two integrated family operations: Reeve Cattle Co., Inc., and Reeve Agri Energy. Reeve and his wife Brenda have three children.
About the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
Nationally accredited by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM), the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum is located only six miles northeast of downtown Oklahoma City in the Adventure District at the junction of Interstates 44 and 35, the state’s exciting Adventure Road corridor. The Museum offers annual memberships beginning at just $40. For more information, visit www.nationalcowboymuseum.org. For high-resolution images related to the National Cowboy Museum, visit nationalcowboymuseum.org/media-pics/.