Bill Clark is the President and Founder of Great Plains Kubota
Bill was born in Ada and raised in the Duncan area where he graduated from Empire High School in 1977. He attended Oklahoma State University and in 1981 graduated from Cameron University with a degree in Business Management. Bill, along with his two sons, Garrett and Will, own and operate Great Plains Kubota and GP Rents.
Bill is married to his high school girlfriend Betty, who is a recently retired Postmaster for the USPS. They have two sons, Will and Garrett who are both active in the management of the family businesses. Bill and Betty are also blessed with two daughters in law, Jane and Marissa and six grandchildren, Wyatt, Gracie, Berkley, Reese, Rett and Dax.
The family also operates a ranch in Southern Pontotoc County. Their ranch has incorporated rotational grazing, multi-species grazing as well as many other innovative practices into their operation with the goal of increasing the productivity of the ranch while improving soil health. The Clark ranch was awarded the 2016 OK Beef Quality Assurance Producer of the Year.
Bill has served as chairman of the Pontotoc County Cattlemen’s Association, Board of Directors of Valley View Regional Hospital, Trustee of the Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children, was appointed to a 5 year term by Governor Fallin as the Area 5 Commissioner for the Oklahoma Conservation Commission and has served numerous other volunteer organizations.
He currently serves as a Board Member of the Pontotoc County Conservation District, Chairman of the Board for Citizens Bank of Ada and is a deacon and Sunday school teacher at First Baptist Church of Fitzhugh.