George Records, a longtime resident of Oklahoma City, graduated from Casady School. He served as a First Lieutenant Strategic Air Command pilot in the United States Air Force before pursuing a degree in economics at Dartmouth College, which he received with highest distinction.
Mr. Records retired as chairman of the Midland Group and director of MidFirst Bank, and is a director of the Dean A. McGee Eye Institute. He is also the director of the Hunter-Roberts Construction Group in New York, and is an overseer of the Hoover Institution, a think tank at Stanford University. He has served as a trustee of such organizations as the United Way of Greater Oklahoma City, the Oklahoma City Community Foundation, the Allied Arts Foundation, and the Oklahoma City Museum of Art. He is a lifetime board member of the Sunbeam Family Services Association.
Mr. Records has received the Casady School’s Distinguished Graduate award and the United Way of Greater Oklahoma City’s Lifetime Achievement award. He resides in Oklahoma City.