Dan Dillingham to be Inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame
The Oklahoma Hall of Fame was founded in 1927 (same year as Dillingham Insurance’s founding) by Anna B. Korn to preserve Oklahoma’s unique history, promote pride in our great state and provide educational programming for students of all ages. Through The Oklahoma Hall of Fame and Gaylord-Pickens Museum, the organization honors our state’s rich tradition by telling Oklahoma’s story through its people.
Six outstanding Oklahomans have been selected for induction into the 89th Class of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame, of which Dan Dillingham is one. Dan is following the footsteps of his maternal grandfather, Dr. Dan L. Edwards, who was also inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame in 1947. Dan has fond memories of attending his grandfather’s induction ceremony at the age of 12.