Marcus and Lois Hulings of Oklahoma City homeschooled two of their three sons. Marcus is a caterer and home remodeler and has taught Financial Peace for the Next Generation as a homeschool co-op high school class. Lois is a full-time secretary at their church, Immanuel Lutheran.
Paul and Valerie Rose of Tulsa were married in 1987 and homeschooled their 6 children from their toddler years through highschool. Over the years, they have used a variety of techniques, curriculums and coops for a rich and rewarding experience and have met many wonderful friends in the home-school community along the way. In addition to running a generous and hospitable home, Valerie has served as co-op leaders, homschool event planner, and was a Support Manager and Downtown Campus Director for Classical Conversations. Paul owns his own architecture and engineering firm where he practices as an architectural and structural engineer. They have been members of First United Methodist Tulsa since they were married, but like to visit other churches to worship with friends, too. After serving on the Tulsa OCHEC Convention Commitee, the Roses joined the Trustee Board in 2011. The Roses are known for large family-oriented gatherings at their midtown home with a warm fire to gather around, good food, fun games, and interesting conversations into the late hours. “Our home-school adventure has blessed us with children who have a wide variety of interests, gifts, and passions and kept us all close as a family.”
Dan and Dana Wilson of Edmond have been married since 1990, and homeschooling since 1998. They are the parents of five children, two of whom have disabilities, and foster parents to babies and toddlers appointed to their care for a season. The Wilsons are active in their local Classical Conversations community and enjoy classically educating their children and re-educating themselves as they learn and apply the tools of learning. Dan is Chief Executive Officer at ClearSight Center in Oklahoma City, and Dana is a parent mentor with Oklahoma Family Network, Oklahoma’s non-profit Parent-to-Parent mentorship and referral network, empowering families who are raising children with special health care or disability needs.