Christy Dotson is a fifth generation Oklahoman who is a direct descendent of Pioneers who staked claims in the Major County area in the 1889 Oklahoma Land Run, and those who were forced into Shawnee Oklahoma on the Potawatomi Trail of Tears. She is a proud member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation who granted her full scholarships to The University of Oklahoma for her Undergraduate degree, and to St. Gregory’s University for her Master of Business Degree. Dotson resides in Mustang Oklahoma where she and her husband Cole run a small cattle ranch, along with a flock of chickens, a 3-legged dog and one-eyed cat.
Dotson is passionate about maintaining a sustainable environment. From canning, to home cured bacon, to fermenting, to berry picking, to growing her organic garden and composting, she feels that being a good steward of resources is being a good neighbor and her friends and family will all rave about her famous sand plum and prickly pear jelly.
When she’s not busy shooing chickens off the front porch, she’s busy helping her Oklahoma Farm Bureau customers find the best rates and coverage to ensure their small business, property, auto, and farms & ranches are safe and protected. Why don’t you give her a call?
“Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back, always ineffectiveness. Concerning all acts of initiative (and creation), there is one elementary truth: that the moment one definitely commits oneself, then Providence moves too."