THF is made possible by a community of supporters including volunteers, staff, and sister organizations. We want to hear from you! Get in touch with us using the form at the bottom of the page.


The entire board and staff at Texoma Health Foundation strive to be servants to all those who enter our doors. Since 2007, operations have consistently fallen at less than 0.8% due to a combination of a caring and committed staff and support from volunteers. We offer a special thank you to the dedicated volunteers and interns who work to make our community a better place.

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Current Board of Directors

Joe Fallon

Chairman of the Board

Pat Flynn

Vice-Chairman of the Board

Ginger Nye

Secretary/Treasurer of the Board

Jim Walker

Immediate Past Chairman

Leslie Matthews

Reba McEntire Representative

Traci Howard Moore

Traci Howard Moore

Herman Ringler

Community Advisor


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Reba McEntire’s love for our community is manifested through Reba’s Ranch House, a 12-room hospitality house that offers family members of patients in area hospitals a place to stay and a warm meal at no cost to them. Reba’s Ranch house is situated on the THF campus and is available to people around the world.

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Texoma Giving Partners, is responsible for raising money and establishing endowments and funds that power Texoma Health Foundation. Those who hold funds or endowments are part of a tight-knit community of donors called the Legacy Circle who contribute to Texoma Health Foundation’s mission.

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We want to ensure a safe nonprofit worksite to protect staff and guests/clients. PPE and other essentials can be listed for grant dollars.


Our priority on access includes a strong focus on mental wellness, as well as programming that improves the quality of life for all.


THF has maintained a focus on increasing the number of nurses educated and entering our service area to work - addressing national and local shortages.


Our committee will also consider applications in response to closures of nonprofits and/or critical programs as a result of COVID-19.