Posted on January 15, 2016 by By Carol Hartzog Communications

Joe Robson family

Joe Robson (third from left) and family gather at the OSHBA Installation Banquet and Oklahoma Housing Hall of Fame induction. Robson at the podium (inset below).


What makes an inaugural Oklahoma Housing hall of famer?  That question was answered in a powerful video produced in conjunction with the induction of Joe Robson into the first class of the Oklahoma Housing Hall of Fame.  You will want to watch this 3-minute, 20-second video about Joe and listen to the tributes from his industry friends and colleagues.  Thanks to everyone who contributed their time and thoughts to the video.  Watch the video here, and read some of the comments below:


Robson podium“He just doesn’t quit. He just has that dogged determination that comes from being raised on a ranch and punched cows when he was growing up and he still lives those core values.”
-- Ken Klein

“What sets Joe apart is his ethics. He has a very strong and high way to do business and way to treat people.”
-- Doug Shrout

“I have always been struck that he is a man of faith, but he is also a man of family, and a man that sees something that needs to be done and does it.”
-- Sharon King-Davis

“He is willing to not only put his time and his talent but also his treasure. To me the three T’s are the most important that we have as people. And Joe is willing to invest all of those behind the people that he believes in and the causes he believes. “
-- Ken Klein



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