Oklahoma Health Center Foundation honors Dudley Hyde as 2011 Treasure for Tomorrow
Attorney Dudley Hyde was among six Oklahomans recognized by the Oklahoma Health Center Foundation as its 2011 Treasures For Tomorrow honorees. He and his wife, Sue Ann, a community leader, were honored as Dedicated Arts Visionaries & Humanitarians.
The Treasures For Tomorrow honor pays tribute to individuals whose passion for life, courage and inspiring actions serve as a model for quality values and goodness in the community. Dudley and Sue Ann Hyde were recognized for their philanthropy as well as for playing key leadership roles within Oklahoma’s arts and community service organizations.
Dudley Hyde’s contributions to the community include serving in leadership positions for the Oklahoma chapter of the Nature Conservancy, Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon, Oklahoma City Public Schools Foundation, Ballet Oklahoma, Camp Classen YMCA, Redbud Classic and the Oklahoma City Arts Festival.
Sue Ann Hyde was the creator of the Treasures For Tomorrow program after being inspired by a similar program in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She was the first executive director of Leadership Oklahoma, Inc. and has served as president of the board of the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits. Sue Ann has also worked on innumerable volunteer projects with Oklahoma’s leading nonprofits, including Leadership Oklahoma City, Oklahoma City Public Schools Foundation, University of Oklahoma College of Fine Arts Charles M. Russell Center, Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence, Allied Arts Foundation, and the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics.