Former Mayor of Oklahoma City
Ron Norick was the Mayor of Oklahoma City from April 1987 – April 1998. During his terms in office he oversaw the Metropolitan Area Projects plan known as MAPS. The plan financed improvements for various Oklahoma City-owned facilities. It is credited with the beginning of a brighter future for Oklahoma City and the surrounding area.
April 19, 1995, the Oklahoma City bombing date was also on his watch. He and others led the city through those trying days by providing immediate leadership and securing federal dollars for the rebuilding process.
Mr. Norick was the president of Norick Brothers, Inc. from 1981 to 1992 and today he is the Controlling Manager of Norick Investment Company, a family financial management company.
Interview with Mayor Ron Norick
Müllerhaus Legacy Website Team
Date Created: July 28th 2009
Notes: Recorded by John Erling in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Digital Audio Sound Recording, Non-Music.
Tags: E.L.Gaylord, E.K. Gaylord, Metropolitan Area Projects, MAPS, Bricktown, Oklahoma City Bombing, The Murrah Building, Gov. Frank Keating, Billy Graham, President Bill Clinton, Norick Library, Kirk Humphreys, Mayor Cornett