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Agent Mallory Martin Funeral Service recognized by Sallisaw Chamber of Commerce

Updated: Oct 1, 2023


Nikki Garrett (right), chamber president, recognizes Agent Mallory Martin

Funeral Services as chamber member of the month.


Monday, October 1, 2023 - Agent Mallory Martin Funeral Service was awarded Member of the Month during the Sallisaw Chamber of Commerce monthly meeting. The meeting was held at the People Inc. Conference Center on Wednesday, September 27 at 12 p.m.


Agent Mallory Martin Funeral Service’s legacy has carried on for over 100 years with three generations of family-owned and operated homes, representing the consolidation of Agent, Wheeler, and Mallory funeral homes.


The legacy includes all employees who have given their careers to Sequoyah County for 25 to 30 years each. The owners and staff take great pride in being supporters and cheerleaders of businesses and organizations in the community.


The owner of Agent Mallory Martin Funeral Services, Todd Martin, stated, "There is no better city to live in than Sallisaw, Oklahoma. We, as a city, have so much to be proud of. Our future is bright, and we will continue to support our community in any way that we can."

Cherokee Nation Deputy Principal Chief Bryan Warner was September's keynote speaker.


Prior to being elected as Deputy Principal Chief in 2019, Warner represented District 6 on the Council of the Cherokee Nation. In his current role as Deputy Chief, he has been a strong advocate for cultural and language preservation, workforce training, and personal and family wellness.


As a former educator, Deputy Chief Warner has helped secure more education opportunities for Cherokees across the county, including higher education scholarships, public school support, STEM access, and early childhood development.


Warner is actively involved in the tribe’s rural economic development efforts and serves as co-chair of the Tribal Advisory Committee for the Center for Disease Control, where he has championed increasing programs and services related to behavioral health and addiction services.


In addition, Sallisaw Main Street announced that the 2023 Cruizin 64 and Chili Cook-off will take place on October 14 in downtown Sallisaw. Organizers are currently searching for teams to compete in the chili cook-off, vendors, and car show participants.


Lindsie Dyer, KXMX Staff Writer


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