Washington, D.C. – Congressman Frank Lucas recently hired David Herber, a Stroud Okla. native, to serve as a field representative covering Canadian, Creek, Lincoln, Logan, Noble, Osage, Pawnee and Payne counties in the northeast corner of the district.
“I am very pleased to welcome David to my staff,” said Lucas. “He has the important task of being the eyes and ears while I am in Washington, making sure I am aware of the issues that are most important to the constituents of Oklahoma’s Third Congressional District. With his past work experience and knowledge of the district, I know he will be a tremendous asset to my staff and constituents.”
As field representative, Herber will act as a grassroots representative for Lucas, keeping the congressman informed on developments in the area and attending events on Lucas’ behalf when he is in Washington.
“I am excited to be working for Congressman Lucas and serving the people of the Third District,” said Herber.
In 2011, Herber received his bachelor’s degree from the University of Central Oklahoma, where he majored in Marketing. He most recently worked for Express Employment Professionals at their International Headquarters in the Franchise Department.
Herber is the son of Ted and Pat Herber and the grandson of Marie Anderson and Lucille Herber.
Congressman Lucas’ Oklahoma office provides a myriad of services to constituents, including assisting in dealings with federal agencies and providing information and assistance with obtaining federal grants. When he is not working in his field area, Herber will work in Congressman Lucas’ Canadian County office. He can be reached at (405) 373-1958.