Patrick Sampson
Term expires:  2025

Patrick D. Sampson has been a resident of Wagoner for over 15 years. He's been married to his wife Katie (Mihos) Sampson of Wagoner. They are proud parents of 3 beautiful children Halle, Maddox, and Harper that attend Wagoner public schools.

Patrick is a USAF Veteran, a business owner of an Insurance Agency & Adjusting Firm and Consulting Company.
He previously served as the Executive Director for Ft. Gibson Lake Association.
Patrick earned his Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership from Southern Nazarene University.
Sampson volunteers his time serving on multiple non-profits and helping his community. 
He is a coach/President for Coweta Wrestling, Wagoner Youth Baseball/Softball and Wagoner youth football.
He enjoys seeing the growth and development of youth, also helping them become responsible and productive student athletes.

Sampson is honored to be a servant to the City of Wagoner. He’s excited to work with the council members, Mayor, City Administration, City Staff, and Constituents to make a better Wagoner. He’s looking forward to bringing his experience and positive influence to Communicate and problem-solve with colleagues; Maintain collaborative relationships with fellow council members; Interact with and respond to members of the public.

 It’s his belief that public service is the responsibility that we all share. We Have to be willing to contribute our time and best effort towards the well being of the community and give our children A Better Wagoner.

Jimmy Butler
Term Expires 2027

Jimmy Butler was born and raised in Wagoner, OK and has been a resident of the city for the last 57 years. Butler has served on the Wagoner City Council for two terms as a representative to Ward 1. He has been married to his wife Lori for 12 years and has watched as 5 of his children graduated from Wagoner Public Schools. Butler retired from American Airlines in Tulsa as a mechanic and is currently employed with Wagoner Public Schools as the Transportation Director. 

Butler said it has been his privilege to be able to work with other councilmen to accomplish specific objectives and to have the ability to assist the citizens of Wagoner with any of their concerns. He is looking forward to being a part of bigger and better things happening in the city of Wagoner in the years to come.