Enos Vann

Enos Vann attended Ebbers Falls High, Connors State and OSU before receiving his MS in Agronomy and doing doctoral work at Iowa State University. During World War II he served as a navy pilot in the South Pacific. He taught at Connors and Northeastern Oklahoma A&M. Enos was a member of the First Baptist Church of Warner and Muskogee for 35 years serving as deacon, teacher and member of many committees including personnel, finance, and board of trustees. He was a vice president and trust officer for the First National Bank & Trust Company of Muskogee. He was a member of the Oklahoma State Bankers Association and the American Bankers Assn. Enos served as president of the PTA for elementary, junior high and Muskogee High school. He was very active in agriculture, operating the family farm and assisting 4-H clubs and the FFA in the area. He handled agribusiness projects for the Muskogee Chamber of Commerce. He was a member of the Muskogee Junior Livestock Assn, Muskogee County Soil Conservation Service, Muskogee County & Oklahoma Cattleman’s Assn. Enos headed the quarterly Farm Family Program and hosted the luncheons honoring these families. He was treasurer of the Five Civilized Tribes Museum and the first president of the Evening Lions Club. He was a member of the Muskogee Chamber of Commerce, Oriental Lodge 430 AF&AM, Scottish Rite and Bedouin Shrine. He served as county, state and national president of the OSU Alumni Assn and was a board member of both the OSU and Connors State Development Foundations. Enos served as chairman of the Salvation Army Board and was a director of the Muskogee State Fair. He also fathered five successful children. 

Enos was inducted in 1998.