Tue, Oct 19, 2021


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Quail Creek Golf and Country Club

3501 Quail Creek Road

Oklahoma City, OK 73120

Join us for breakfast and inspirational talk as Thomas Hill, CEO of Kimray, shares his story of redemption. The breakfast is free, but you do need to register.

This quarterly event is hosted by Regent Bank. The Faith in Business Series was created to encourage business leaders to utilize their platform to live out their faith. This is a forum to help Christian business owners fellowship, network and share best practices for transformational servant leadership and to learn to better integrate faith into their spheres of business.

About the Speaker: Thomas Hill
Thomas Hill serves as Chief Executive Officer of Kimray, a leading manufacturer of valves and controls for oil and gas production. Kimray began in 1948 and employs several hundred people at its production facility in Oklahoma City and store locations throughout the United States.

As the grandson of Kimray’s founder, Thomas grew up around the family business and has worked in virtually every department, giving him an intimate knowledge of the process from start to finish. Thomas also grew up in a high-performing family, which shaped his belief that people are worth what they can accomplish. This sent Thomas on a long and unfulfilling journey of pursuing success by constantly doing bigger and better things at Kimray and in the community. Life eventually spun out of control, and Thomas hit rock bottom. However, the story does not end there.

Through significant pain and loss, Thomas began the long and difficult road of recovery that transformed his life and leadership. Today, Thomas enjoys sharing his story with others who can benefit from the lessons he has learned. In 2018, he published a book titled “Recovering Leadership: Musings of an Addict Leader.” He also writes weekly “Monday Musings” on life and leadership at

Thomas currently serves on the board of Salt and Light Leadership Training, and he is vice chair for Hope Is Alive ministry where he personally mentors a group of men recovering from addiction. Thomas and his wife, Rebecca, both received their degrees from Oklahoma State University. They have been married more than 30 years and have six children.