OKLAHOMA CITY – Michael Davenport, president of the $9 million Integris Federal Credit Union, is one CEO who probably knows more about public service than many of his peers considering he doubles as an Oklahoma County deputy sheriff. During the aftermath of Katrina and Rita the 46-year-old Oklahoman spent nine days dealing with looters, running search and rescue, and manning checkpoints not far from those floating coffins in St. Bernard Parish, La.

“Let me tell you I have a wonderful, supportive board who understood that I needed to join the local law enforcement team that was sent down to Louisiana,” explained Davenport.

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