Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children

 

The Gladys Smith Society

Reverend Floyd McKee

Floyd McKeeFloyd McKee became pastor of Rancho Village Baptist Church in Oklahoma City in October 1990. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Religion from Oklahoma Baptist University, and a Master of Religious Education from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He has completed partial work toward a doctorate from Luther Rice University and Louisiana Baptist University.

He has been married to Pam since 1977. They have a daughter, Tabitha and her husband John Melton. On September 19, 2005, Floyd became a proud grandpa for the first time to Hannah Faith Melton. On July 8, 2008, Chloe Grace Melton became the second grandbaby in Floyd and Pam's family. God has blessed in a special way with these two beautiful grandchildren.

Floyd and Pam also have one son, Joshua, who is minister to youth at Wilmont Place Baptist Church and on May 12, 2006, was married to Emily Young. Joshua attended Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary where he received his Master of Christian Education in 2010, and Emily attended the University of Oklahoma and received her Ph.D. in chemistry in 2009. On August 9, 2012, Floyd and Pam welcomed their first grandson, Jackson Parker McKee.

In 2009, Floyd and Pam completed adoption procedures for three beautiful children: Dallas, Makenna, and Serriah. This new addition to the family has placed a challenge in their life, but God is gracious and always faithful.

Floyd has a great fondness and demonstrates a deep love and affection for our ministry. This is demonstrated through his service as a member of the Board of Trustees for two terms, serving as chairman in 2007. His consistent support, which encourages others in Oklahoma to support OBHC’s ministry, and his love for children are the qualifications for membership in the Gladys Smith Society.

This membership is the highest award given by Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children to say “thank you” to people who make an outstanding effort on behalf of at-risk children in Oklahoma.

Contact Neal Wooldridge at (405) 570-9836 or email Neal Wooldridge to learn more. 3.11.16


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