Photo left to right. Terri Callaway, Nancy Williams, Sue Scott, Peggy Barnett, Carol Minter, Gloria Helmuth, Connie Connely, Ann Attig.

Centenarian is derived from Latin and means “of a hundred.” Centenarian of Oklahoma celebrates the lives of Oklahoma citizens who are “of a hundred” or more.
Centenarian of Oklahoma is a non-profit, volunteer group based in Tulsa, Oklahoma whose sole purpose is to honor and celebrate the lives of our Oklahoma citizens who have reached the age of 100 or more. There is no cost, fee or obligation. It is the only group of its kind in the United States
Each Centenarian is honored with a biographical sketch; a Centenarian of Oklahoma Certificate and a Golden Okie Pin. The group follows up with the Centenarians on their birthdays; at Christmas and with other remembrances during the year.
Since the beginning of this program in 1991 Centenarians of Oklahoma has honored more than 2700 Oklahoma Centenarians. Currently Centenarians of Oklahoma has 281 living honorees. Every effort is being made to locate and honor even more Oklahoma Centenarians.
The group maintains a website at detailing all their activities. The website includes a video completed in conjunction with the Oklahoma State University 100 Year Life Program, along with statistics and other interesting facts. The Facebook page: Centenarians of Oklahoma highlights current honorees. Permanent records of deceased Centenarians of Oklahoma are archived at the Oklahoma Historical Society and become an honored part of Oklahoma history.
If you know an upcoming Centenarian, or someone who is already a Centenarian, contact the group at:
[email protected], by phone at 918-510-0150, or you may complete the website forms by following the instructions on the form; submit by scanning the form and returning by email or US Mail.