Randy Mecklenburg’s practice focuses primarily on commercial transactions
and litigation, business organizations, estate planning, trusts, probate
and taxation. Randy believes in providing his clients with professional,
timely and cost effective services, with attention to detail, and he expects
the same from the dedicated employees he has helped to recruit and train.
After graduating from college in 1973, Randy worked in the tax department
of a large international CPA firm for several years before going to law
school. After law school and being admitted to the bar in 1980, he began
practicing law in Kingfisher. He has been the municipal judge for the
City of Kingfisher since 1980. He is a member of the Kingfisher County
(past president) and Oklahoma Bar Associations, the American Institute
of CPAs and Oklahoma Society of CPAs. Randy also serves as general counsel
for Cimarron Electric Cooperative.
Randy holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from
Oklahoma State University where he was honored for being one of the top
ten scholar athletes. He attended OSU on a basketball scholarship. He
received his law degree in 1979 from Oklahoma City University where he
was a member of Phi Delta Phi and received the American Jurisprudence
Award in property.
Born and raised in Kingfisher, Oklahoma, Randy is committed to promoting
the growth and prosperity of this city through investment in economic
development and service on several local boards. Randy is a long time
Rotarian, has served as president of the Kingfisher Rotary Club, and is
a Paul Harris Fellow. Randy’s wife, Linda, is a registered nurse.
They have three sons, two daughters-in-law and five grandchildren. Randy
is a basketball and football fan. He enjoys fishing and almost all kinds
of music from rock & roll to classical. Randy and Linda are active
in the Federated Church where they were youth leaders for many years.
Randy has served on the church board and several committees.