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Fairgrounds Manager Bryan Jenkins has devoted more than three decades of service to Cleveland County, all working at the fairgrounds.
“I started as a maintenance man at the county fairgrounds in 1987. Later, I was moved to maintenance supervisor and then in 2014, I moved to the manager’s position.”
Jenkins has deep roots in the county. He lives in Goldsby and farms part-time, helping his father who is a Cleveland County farmer. He is also a member of The Canadian River Old Iron Club (CROIC) which hosts tractor pulls and other events at the Cleveland County Fairgrounds.
Retired now as a fire fighter, Jenkins volunteered with the Goldsby Volunteer Fire Department for 35 years.
“I just wanted to help my community and improve the community I live in,” he said.
Other previous or current memberships include Cleveland County Junior Livestock Organization, Norman AG booster, 4-H Club and FFA. He is a graduate of Norman High school and received a Business Degree from Rose State College. He and wife Sandy have been married for 30 plus years and are members of the Goldsby Baptist Church. They have three children, Brittany, Brandy and Brent and two grandchildren.