Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105
For Immediate Release: January 19, 2011
Sen. Greg Treat is sworn into office in the Senate Chamber on Wednesday,
as wife Maressa holds the Bible.
Senator Greg Treat Sworn into Office
The newest member of the Oklahoma State Senate is now officially
on the job. Senator Greg Treat took the oath of office during a
ceremony in the Senate Chambers on Wednesday.
“I am grateful for the opportunity to serve the citizens
of Oklahoma in the State Senate and I look forward to helping pass
a conservative agenda that will create jobs and fuel our economic
recovery,” Treat said.
Treat, an Oklahoma City Republican, won the District 47 seat in
a special election held last week. Treat will complete the remaining
two years of Todd Lamb’s term, who was sworn in as Lt. Governor
Although Treat is new to the State Senate, he comes with an extensive
background in public policy and service. Treat has served as legislative
advisor to the Republican Leader of the House, as well as Legislative
Director for then-Lt. Governor Mary Fallin. For the past six years
he has served as U.S. Senator Tom Coburn’s State Government
Treat has already been assigned to several prestigious Senate
committees, including General Government, Finance, Veterans and
Military Affairs, Retirement and Insurance and the Appropriations
Subcommittee on Health and Human Services.
Sen. Treat and his wife Maressa make their home in Northwest Oklahoma
City with their two sons, Mason, 3, and Cooper, 8 months.
For more information contact:
Sen. Treat: (405) 521-5632