Representative Gerrid Kendrix
District 52 -  Republican

Photo of Representative Gerrid Kendrix
Capitol Address:
2300 N. Lincoln Blvd.
Room  347
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
(405) 557-7369
Legislative Assistant:
Melanie Morriss
(405) 557-7369
Hometown

Altus

Measures Authored 2022
 
HB3131
HB3132
HB3133
HB3134
HB3135
HB3136
HB3137
HB3138
HB3139
HB3140
HB3141
HB3142
HB3143

Measures Authored 2021
 
HB1090
HB1865
HB1866
HB1867
HB1868
HB1869
HB1870
HB1871
HB1872
HB1873
HCR1007

News Stories: 2021-22
News Story Titles
Kendrix Tax Relief Bills Pass ...  
Committees

Conference Committee on Judiciary - Criminal, Vice Chair
Judiciary - Criminal, Vice Chair
A&B General Government
Business and Commerce
Conference Committee on Business and Commerce
Conference Committee on Government Modernization and Efficiency
Government Modernization and Efficiency
Special Investigative
A&B Southwest Oklahoma Subcommittee

District Information

District 52

County(s) Represented in District

Greer, Harmon, Jackson, Kiowa

Municipality(s) Represented in District

Altus, Blair, East Duke, Eldorado, Elmer, Friendship, Gould, Granite, Headrick, Hollis, Lone Wolf, Mangum, Martha, Mountain Park, Olustee, Snyder

Zipcode(s) Represented in District

73521, 73526, 73532, 73537, 73539, 73544, 73547, 73549, 73550, 73554, 73556, 73559, 73560, 73564, 73566, 73571, 73651, 73655

Year Elected

Year: 2020

Term Limited

Year: 2032

Biographical Information
PERSONAL:

Rep. Gerrid Kendrix was elected to the Oklahoma House of Representatives in 2020.

A third generation resident of Altus, he graduated from Altus High School in 1985. Kendrix earned a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting from Cameron University in 1991 and returned to Altus to begin his accounting career. After earning his Certified Public Accountant (CPA) license, Kendrix has served the Altus community for over 30 years and continues to operate that on a “part-time” basis.

He received the State Chamber of Oklahoma's Rising Star Award in 2021 and was selected by Governor Stitt and Speaker McCall to serve on the Governor’s Council for Workforce and Economic Development. He was also appointed to the House Special Investigative Committee in 2022.

Kendrix and his high school sweetheart, Cynthia, married in 1987 and have three grown children and six grandchildren.

He serves as a deacon in his church, where he has assisted on the finance committee, mentored teens, lead ministries for elderly and widows and facilitated Bible study groups. Kendrix also previously served on the Board of Trustees of Oklahoma Baptist Homes for Children.

LEGISLATIVE SERVICE:

House of Representatives, 58th Legislature to present