Toby Wallace

Vice President
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Thomas "Toby" Wallace, 51, was raised in Connerville, Okla. He graduated from Tishomingo High School and later pursued a career in the agriculture and insurance industry. He lives in Stonewall with his wife, Tamara, where their home serves as a meeting place for their three grown children, McKenzie Huitt and husband Mark, Taylor Wallace, and Cody Wallace.

Currently, Wallace runs a cow/calf operation and works as an insurance agent through American Farmers & Ranchers. He holds property, casualty, and life insurance licenses. He has also previously managed several large cattle ranches over the course of 25 years.

He served on the National Farmers Union (NFU) policy drafting committee and on the state policy committee for Oklahoma Farmers Union. He has actively participated in the NFU Legislative Fly-in, AFR Day at the Capital, and helped judge AFR speech contests. He was a delegate at the National NFU Convention, president for the Southeast District Agent Association, and president of the State Agents Association Council. He serves as secretary/treasurer for the Johnston County AFR board, and secretary/treasurer of the Local 540 AFR board. He is the current president for the Stonewall Public School Board, where he has served for nine years.

Wallace believes that exceptional work ethic, integrity, honesty and dedication are key to being successful. He is passionate about the agriculture industry and is committed to supporting his fellow farmers and ranchers.

In his free time, he enjoys spending time with his family, traveling and being outdoors.