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2000 - Lifetime Achievement Award - Pendleton Woods

Pen Woods graciously accepted the 2nd Lifetime Achievement Award ever given by KOB.
Keep Oklahoma Beautiful got its start in 1965 and has had a number of incarnations in the ensuing 35 years. Although Pen Woods wasn’t a founding KOB member, he served the group as president through 2 consecutive terms early on in KOB history and an unprecedented 3rd term some years later. In fact, it was Pen who produced KOB’s first statewide workshops. So one could say that he was the “father” of the KOB conference!

Woods is a public relations and corporate communications professional, having worked for OGE and Oklahoma Christian University in Edmond. He tried to retire in 1996 – but the university has pressed him back into service in recent months.

Pen is a veteran of WWII and the Korean conflict and has a love for country and community that shows through in everything he does. He is a long-time member, board member and advisory board member for OKC Beautiful and also serves on the board for the Oklahoma Tree Bank.

Pen has a remarkable record of community service and a passion for the environment. It is a privilege for Keep Oklahoma Beautiful to claim him as one of our own and to present the Lifetime Achievement Award to Mr. Pendleton Woods.