Tom Brennan (civil servant)

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Tom Brennan (June 4, 1928 January 25, 2013) was an Oklahoma Secretary of Administration and Director of Purchasing in the Cabinet of Governor Frank Keating. [1] [2] Prior to this, he had worked as an engineer for General Electric, Vice President of Engineering for Warner Electric Brake and Clutch, and as President and CEO for Oil Dynamics, Inc.

Political offices
Preceded by
Oklahoma Secretary of Administration
Under Governor Frank Keating

1995 [3] -1997
Succeeded by

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  2. "Thomas G. ("Tom") Brennan". Tulsa World. 24 September 2013. Retrieved 10 October 2015.
  3. English, Paul. "Attorney, Ex-Lawmaker Named to Keating Staff". NewsOK. Retrieved 10 October 2015.