Mike did not have a typical small town childhood. He grew up living around the world as a military dependent. He settled in Lexington with his family in 1979. He attended Lexington Public Schools and graduated in 1985.
In October of 1985 Mike married Lori Atwood and together they set up a home in Lexington, where they have lived for 34 years. They have one daughter Vanessa and two Granddaughters. Mike is currently self employed. He owns and operates Mike’s Monument Service. He also serves the Citizens of Lexington as the caretaker of the Lexington Cemetery.
Mike loves spending time with his family and being in the outdoors hunting and fishing. Mike is also looking forward to serving the Citizens of Lexington as a member of the Lexington City Council and being part of the change and growth in a great community.
My name is Sarah Callen, I went K-12 at Lexington High School and have two businesses in our humble town. I have been involved with city council since I was appointed in November 2022. It is my passion to bring communication and growth from the city to the community. I am honored to hold this seat and contribute my time to the community who supports me and mine, every day.
Max Punneo has lived in Lexington for the past 45 years, graduating from Lexington High School in 1989. He is married to Reika and has 4 children.
He has served as the K-9 officer for the City of Lexington and now works for Wadley’s Ambulance Service and has for the past 21 years.
Max has been a volunteer firefighter since 1993 and currently serves both Lexington and Purcell Fire Departments.
I married Andrea Shockey in 2000 and we’ve lived in Lexington for the past 23 years. We have six children and nine grandchildren combined. I grew up in Branson, MO and graduated from Branson High in 1976. I enlisted in the United States Air Force for 4 years and then attended Southeastern Oklahoma State where I earned a BS in Electronic Technology and Engineering in 1985. After graduation, I was commissioned into the US Air Force and retired in 1997. Upon retiring from the USAF, I managed an office of a government contractor for five years. My last employment was as a Resource Manager/Mission Support Specialist with US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for 15 years. Since retiring for good in 2020, I’ve enjoyed camping with Andea and family, some travel and working on house improvements. I’m excited about the future of Lexington and look forward to serving the community.
My name is Raul Trejo and I have lived here in Lexington for twenty-eight years. I graduated from Lexington High School in 1998 and attended the University of Oklahoma receiving a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences.
I have been married to my wife, Luz Maria for twelve years. We have three wonderful children that we love. I have two wonderful supportive parents that live here as well. I am a teacher at Lexington Public Schools. I have been employed at the school since 2006. I have enjoyed my time as a student and teacher. I feel very blessed to be a part of a community and education system that has given me wings to be successful. I have seen and been a part of the transformation of the City of Lexington as a citizen and I look forward
to serving the citizens of Lexington, Oklahoma as a council member.