Wade Roberts is a decorated Army officer serving over 21 years in the Oklahoma Army National Guard. He is married to his beautiful wife Rachelle who has also served our country honorably in both the Marine Corps and retired from the Oklahoma Army National Guard. He is a proud father of four outstanding children; Cade Roberts who served honorably as a United States Marine on President Donald J. Trump's Drill and Ceremony Team, Desiree Ramus who is attending Oklahoma Baptist University in her freshman year on an academic scholarship, Justin Ramus who is a sophomore at Life Christian Academy, and Ashley Hamm who is enrolled in an online homeschool curriculum through Enlightium Academy.
Wade and his family live by the moto God, Family, Country in that order, and are proud to be a patriotic God-fearing family. The family regularly attend and serve at First Baptist Church in Harrah, Oklahoma.
Wade has proudly served his country in some of its most difficult times, from Operation Noble Eagle II, Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, Operation Jump Start at our southern border, Moore tornado relief efforts in 2013, Hurricane Harvey relief efforts, And multiple State Active Duty operations from wildfires to ice storms.
Wade has been entrusted by his superiors and continuously called on to serve in many different leadership capacities. Wade has served as a Platoon Leader, Company Commander of a Logistics Company, Senior Logistics Officer for Camp Gruber Training Center, Supervisor Logistics Management Specialist, and Deputy Division Chief of Logistics for the State of Oklahoma.
While balancing his time throughout his military service - Wade has followed his passion creating businesses as a self-motivated entrepreneur for over 20 years. He has owned multiple successful businesses. Most notably Western Oklahoma Metal Recycling LLC. During his time there he held several large master service agreements with various corporations to clean up the beautiful state of Oklahoma. Most notably, Wade put Oklahomans to work and provided quality income to his employees. Wade has also served on the Weatherford Recycling Board, and during his time there he helped officials build and establish a sustainable recycling program.
In Wade’s spare time he enjoys building projects, spending quality time with family in the great Oklahoma outdoors and working with his father on the family farm.