NAC Spotlight

NAME: Keith Hall (’82)

Hometown: Albuquerque, NM

Current Job: Director of Identity Management at ConocoPhillips Inc. I lead a group that is responsible for information technology access and security.

Childhood Ambition: President of the United States.

Fondest Memory: The years that I worked and lived in Norway. My daughter was born there, and we had some great vacations in and around Norway.

Wildest Dream: Nothing too far out of reach, to do the best I can at all I do, and enjoy the many blessings that come from God.

Alarm Clock: 4:45 am; mornings are when good things happen.

Favorite OC Bible Class: Dr. Jones’ Isaiah class.

Proudest Moment: When my son graduated from OC.

Biggest Challenge: Balancing work, home and church.

Indulgence: Jared’s “Triple Berry Zinger” frozen custard

Inspiration: My father-in-law Dwayne Hollis, who has shared with me a love for studying the scriptures and growing in the wisdom of our Lord.

My Life: Wonderfully blessed!

My School: OC’s people are critical to the university’s success. There were so many professors and staff members that made a difference in my education, setting me up for a successful career and life. I’ve made lifelong friendships through OC. Christian men and women that are committed to education and biblical principles are what make OC stand out.



Hometown: Duncan, Oklahoma

Current Job: Psychologist and Administrative Director at at North Texas Pain Recovery Center.

Childhood Ambition: To become a minister.

Fondest Memory: Going on vacations with my mother and brother to the Texas coast.

Alarm Clock: My iPhone.

Favorite OC Bible Class: I enjoyed several classes taught by Dr. Raymond Kelcy.

Proudest Moments: The birth of my two children and my granddaughter.

Biggest Challenge: Managing a medical rehabilitation clinic in a manner that patients’ needs are met and the clinic stays financially viable in the midst of changing government regulations and managed care.

Perfect Day: At my ranch hunting with my family.

Indulgence: Dallas Cowboy and Texas Longhorn football, Dallas Maverick basketball, and Italian sports cars.

Inspiration: My mother. She was widowed at a young age and raised my brother and me by herself. Through her teaching and example, she instilled in us the importance of faith in and dependence on God.

Fall 2011

View more stories from the Fall 2011 issue of Vision magazine.