Evans & Davis Give $25,000 to SWOSU Foundation

Evans & Davis donation
Evans & Davis donated $25,000 to the Southwestern Oklahoma State University Foundation in Weatherford. Partners Bryan N. Evans (third from left) and Dustin A. Davis (second from left) recently presented the check to Foundation Executive Director Lynne Thurman and SWOSU President Randy Beutler. 

Evans & Davis recently donated $25,000 to the Southwestern Oklahoma State University Foundation in Weatherford.

Bryan N. Evans and Dustin A. Davis—partners of the firm with offices in Edmond, Tulsa and Dallas—presented the check to assist with Foundation program and activities.

“Evans and Davis has been instrumental in supporting the university with exemplary legal assistance on many levels for several years,” said SWOSU Foundation Executive Director Lynne Thurman. “We are thrilled to receive this very generous donation from a firm that is making a difference in the lives of our students, faculty and administration here at SWOSU.”

Evans & Davis provides estate planning and corporate legal services to clients.

Evans, a native of Weatherford, served as Student Body President at SWOSU during his undergraduate years. Before and after college, Evans was active in various state and federal political campaigns before serving as the 1998 Organizational Director of Congressman Frank Lucas' congressional campaign. Evans attended the University of Oklahoma's College of Law as a Comfort Fellow where he graduated with honors.

He was named in 2012 by OK Biz Magazine as one of the 40 Under 40 recipients and in 2013 by The Business Times of Edmond as one of its Top 20 Under 40 leaders.

Evans has been married to his wife, Erika, since 1998. They have twin daughters that are 10 years old and a son that is 8. The family resides in Edmond.

Davis was born and raised in Duncan. Like Evans, he was Student Body President during his undergraduate years but at Oklahoma Christian University. Davis worked as a corporate banker in the Oklahoma City metro area while completing his Master’s in Business Administration.

During and after college, Davis has served on several boards of directors for nonprofit organizations. He has traveled throughout Europe and Africa and supports a number of educational programs as well as indigenous mission ventures in developing African countries.

He graduated from Oklahoma City University’s School of Law.

Evans & Davis have been instrumental in helping SWOSU with legal aspects of the new Pioneer Cellular Event Center.