Alumni Hall of Fame
Kenny D. Wynns
Hall of Fame Honoree Kenny D. Wynns attended Del City High School from 1980-1983. He attended Rose State College where he was on the Vice President's Honor Roll and received his Associate of Arts and Science in Police Science at Oklahoma State University at Oklahoma City in 2003. Officer Wynns received his Bachelor of Liberal Studies in Administrative Leadership at the University of Oklahoma, where he was on the President's Honor Roll. Officer Wynns was a recipient of the Heritage Award scholarship and the Outstanding Father award scholarship.
Officer Wynns has been a police officer for the Midwest City Police Department for 22 years and he is currently a Lieutenant - Division/Shift Commander. He has received numerous awards including 2005 National Center for Missing and Exploited Children Award (national police officer of the year) from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the National Fraternal Order of Police, the United States Department of Justice and the united States Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention for the long-term investigation of a child prostitution organization. The award was presented during a Congressional breakfast, and ceremonies at the Department of Justice hosted by Attorney General Gonzales and in the Oval Office hosted by President George Bush. Officer Wynns also received awards as the 1990 and 1994 State of Oklahoma Police Officer of the Year, 1989 Mid-Del Committee of 100 award for outstanding performance, 2001 Outstanding Police Officer award from Rose State College Criminal Justice Club, 1997 Central Region Police Officer of the Year from the Association of Oklahoma Narcotics Enforcers, 1988 and 1989 Midwest City Police Officer of the Year, 1994 and 1999 Midwest City Police Supervisor of the Year. Officer Wynns has received 5 Meritorious Service awards and 3 Chief of Police Commendation awards, as well as a life saving award.
Officer Wynns is involved in community service as a past state president and charter member of the Association of Oklahoma Narcotic Enforcers, Loyal Order of the Moose Midwest City Lodge 1235, Fellowship degree and committee chairman of the Youth Drug and Alcohol Awareness program, 1995 graduate and alumni member of Leadership Midwest City, volunteer and participant in Eastern Oklahoma County Chapter of the American Cancer Society, and organizational committee member/participant for the Oklahoma County Methamphetamine Summit. Officer Wynns is also active in Boy Scouts of America as an Assistant Scoutmaster, Explorer Post Advisor, committee member and badge counselor. Officer Wynns has volunteered hundreds of hours speaking to various civic organizations and schools regarding drug prevention and education.
Jay E. Leemaster
Hall of Fame Honoree Jay E. Leemaster attended Del City High School from 1963-1966. He received a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology from Oklahoma State University in 1970, a Masters Degree of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the University of Oklahoma in 1974 and his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Oklahoma in 1980. Dr. Leemaster performed his internship at the University of Oklahoma and his residency at the University of Southern California Department of Ophthalmology.
Dr. Leemaster has been a private practicing physician specializing in ophthalmology for 22 years and is the owner of Eye Care Oklahoma, Inc. Dr. Leemaster's main office is located in the Moore Medical Center in Moore, Oklahoma. He also has a part-time office in Pauls Valley that he has operated for 20 years. Dr. Leemaster plans to build a new eye care facility in Moore, Oklahoma in the very near future.
Dr. Leemaster served in the United States Air Force Reserves for 6 years as a Technical Sergeant for the 10th Supply Squadron. Dr. Leemaster has served on the Board of Trustees for the Oklahoma State Medical Association and is the Past-President of Cleveland McClain Medical Society. He recently attended his 40th Class Reunion for the Del City High School Class of 1966. Dr. Leemaster has been actively involved in the community and has performed eye examinations for children at the Free Clinic of South Oklahoma City. He has performed free eye examinations for participants in the Special Olympics and participates in American Academy of Ophthalmology National Eye Care Project for the Indigent. He also participated in 2 medical missions through Methodist Ministry - one to Bolivia and one to Costa Rica.
The 2006 inductees include: G. David Casper, Class of 1964; Jay E. Leemaster, Class of 1966; and Kenny D. Wynns, Class of 1983.
G. David Casper
Hall of Fame Honoree G. David Casper attended Del City High School from 1961-1964. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Oklahoma in Pre-Medicine. He received his Doctor of Medicine from the University of Oklahoma in 1972, where he was Class President and Vice-President of Student Council. He performed his internship from 1972-1973 at Maricopa County General Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona, and performed his residency at Phoenix Orthopaedic Residency Program. Dr. Casper has been a medical doctor specializing in Orthopaedics for 29 years. He has been licensed in Oklahoma since 1977 and was licensed in Sydney, Australia in 1993.
Dr. Casper currently practices at the Oklahoma Sports Science and Orthopaedic Surgeons on South Western in Oklahoma City. Dr. Casper is a highly recognized surgeon and a pioneer in laser technology in Orthopaedics, with 13 publications in medical journals and papers on use of lasers in spinal and disc surgery. Dr. Casper is also conducting research on 6 study/trials relating to various aspects of orthopaedic surgery and is a consultant on another study/trial.
Dr. Casper is a member of numerous professional affiliations and actively involved in the community. He served as Medical Director for Chance to Change in Oklahoma City from 1993-2005, serving as Chairman of the Board from 2000-2005. He also serves as Chairman of the Board for Family Recovery in Midwest City. Dr. Casper has served on various other boards, including the Oklahoma State Medical Foundation. Dr. Casper is a former Director for the former Del City Exchange National Bank and his father, Dr. P. D. Casper, was a founding father of the community, operated the Casper-Porter Clinic in Del City for many years and was involved in the establishment of Rose State College.