About Senator Crain

On the floor

Senator Crain takes Questions on the Senate Floor

Senator Crain pledged in his campaign to focus on the  fundamentals of state government; education, transportation, and  small business development. Achievement in these areas is  essential in making Oklahoma the best state in the nation to  work, to live and to raise a family. Senator Crain believes that  small businesses are the economic engine of this state and  require good schools and good roads in order to grow and  develop.

Senator Crain was born at Andrews, AFB, Maryland, to Harold  and Joan Crain. Moving to Oklahoma City when he was three years old, Brian attended Putnam City Schools, graduating from Putnam City West Senior High School in 1979. Following high school, Brian graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1983 with a B.B.A. in Management.

Upon graduation, Sen. Crain worked for a national distributor for electrical and electronic wiring. During the next twelve years, he continued with the company, living throughout the southern and mid-Atlantic states before moving to Tulsa in 1987. Brian remained in Tulsa, graduating from the University of Tulsa School of Law in 1991.  He graduated in 2014 with his Masters Degree in Public Administration from the University of Oklahoma.

Sen. Crain served as an Assistant District Attorney in 1996. In 1999, he left to pursue a law practice focusing primarily on title and real property law. He now practices law with Hanson amp; Holmes, PLC, in Tulsa.

Brian married his wife, Lori, in 1990. They have two daughters, Sarah and Catherine. The Crains attend the First Baptist Church of Tulsa. Brian is a member of the Tulsa County Bar Association, Tulsa Title and Probate Lawyers, and Tulsa Lawyers Helping Children. Outside his practice, Brian is a member of Leadership Tulsa, Tulsa Rotary and the Masonic Lodge

In 2011, besides his normal standing committee assignments, he was also appointed to serve on the Select Committee on Pensions to address the more than $16 billion in unfunded liabilities of the state’s pension systems.

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