Edna Mae is from a ranching family in Southern Oklahoma and is a 4th generation Oklahoman. She became "Of Counsel" with the firm in 2008 in the Enid office, oil and gas division. She enjoys the challenge and reward of being a part of the oil and gas industry at this exciting time of development in Oklahoma. Married to Western Artist Harold T. Holden, she also serves as his business manager. Edna Mae is a writer of western stories, having been published in Western Horseman Magazine, Cowboy Magazine and Persimmon Hill Magazine. In 2007 she created the Oklahoma Centennial Symphony “Oklahoma..….Where the West Remains” which received the Wrangler Award from the National Cowboy Museum for best Traditional Album in 2008 and was also voted best album by the Western Music Association that same year. In 2008, Edna Mae received the Governor’s Art Award from Oklahoma Governor Brad Henry for her contributions to the arts in Oklahoma. She is on the Board of Directors of the Northwest Oklahoma Osteopathic Foundation, the Integris Bass Foundation Council and beginning in 2018 will begin serving on the Board of Directors of the Gaylord-Pickens Oklahoma Hall of Fame.