Carrie Coffey completed a 31 year law enforcement career before beginning a second career at United Country Coffey Real Estate and Auction. Formerly she worked for the Grand County Sheriff in Colorado where she was a detention sergeant for 11 years. She moved on to the Department of Justice/Federal Bureau of Prisons, finishing her law enforcement career as a supervisor, with 20 years vested. She has worked at correctional facilities in Colorado, Oklahoma and Texas. She now works as an auction clerk/cashier at United Country Coffey Real Estate and Auction. She has been clerking auctions for 7 years and she is an insurance sales associate at Coffey Insurance Agency, specializing farm and ranch. She and her husband, Lance, enjoy spending time with their children and grandchildren. The couple also enjoys attending Oklahoma State University sports events. They tend to the cattle on the Coffey 7C Ranch, ride ATVs and enjoy riding together as Harley Davidson enthusiasts with friends.
Carol has been a licensed real estate agent for 22 years. She is currently the office manager and sales associate at United Country Coffey Real Estate and Auction. She is a graduate of Caddo-Kiowa Vocational Technical School, Washita Valley leadership program. Her accomplishments are many and include being active in the First United Methodist Church where she serves on the Board of Trustees. She is also a current Board member of the Hinton Kiwanis club where she is a past President there. Carol has also served as President for the Cosmos and Quest clubs. She was the secretary for the Hinton Fair Board for numerous years. She served as the secretary for the Hinton Sports Booster Club many continuous years. She also taught many children through a pre-school program in Hinton. She is married to Terrell, and together they own the Coffey 7C Ranch. She is also a licensed insurance agent at Coffey Insurance Agency. When she has spare time, she and Terrell spend it with their family. They have two sons, and numerous grandchildren, and one great grandson. Carol is an antique collector, a Green Bay Packer fan, and she loves the Oklahoma State Cowboy football program. She and Terrell love to get away from the office from time to time and travel in their RV.
Matt currently resides in Weatherford, Ok. Raised on a peanut farm in Eakly, Ok, and he has been actively involved in agriculture throughout his life.Most recently, he has worked in the oil industry as a field chemist and an account manager.
Matt graduated from Redlands Community College and Cameron University with a double major in Animal Science and Agronomy as well as with a minor in Chemistry. During his time in college, he was on the Livestock Judging Team and was awarded "High Beef Individual" at the NACTA. Additionally, he was awarded "Outstanding Agriculture Junior" at Cameron University.
When Matt is not working, he enjoys being involved and giving his time to his community. From serving as the President of the Board of Directors at the Eakly Farmers Cooperative, to serving on the Farm and Ramch Management Board at Caddo Kiowa Technology Center, as well as various other fundraising and development committees in Weatherford, Ok. Matt demonstrates his commitment to the betterment of his community.
In his free time, Matt can be found spending time outdoors or attending church with his family at Weatherford First Baptist Church. Matt is married to Gina, who is a kindergarten teacher at Burcham Elementary. Together, they have three kids: Kolton, who is married to Haley and attends Medical School at OSU Tulsa; Keaton, who is married to Lori and are both undergraduates at OSU; and Kinzie, who attends Weatherford High School. Matt is proud of his family and is looking forward to how it will continue to grow.
Terrell Coffey is the Co-Owner of United Country Coffey Real Estate and Auction. He is a Broker and an Auctioneer with over 35 years in business. He is a graduate of the National College of Business. He is a graduate of the Fort Smith Auction School and the Dale Carnegie Course. He has been the past Master of Hinton A.F. and A.M. Lodge #313, and is currently the Treasurer. He has sat on many boards and committees such as, Past President of the Oklahoma Peanut Growers Association, the National Peanut Growers Board, Southwest Peanut Growers, Past President of the Hinton Kiwanis Club, Past President of the Hinton Public School Board, and the Past Vice President of the Caddo County Fair Board. He currently serves on the board of the International Professional Rodeo Association. He and his wife Carol, attend the First United Methodist Church of Hinton, where he also serves on the Board. The couple also owns Coffey Insurance Agency, where he has achieved numerous state and national awards. Along with his son Lance, Terrell operates the Coffey 7C Ranch. Over the years, Terrell has conducted real estate, farm, commercial, estate, oil field, livestock and fund raising auctions in many states. Terrell is also a professional rodeo announcer in his spare time. He announced a ranch rodeo at the Lazy E Arena, for the Oklahoma Auctioneer’s Association hosting the National Auctioneer Association in Guthrie, OK, as well as many other rodeos across the nation. Terrell enjoys rodeo, hunting, fishing, rv-ing and time with his sons, Chris and Lance. He enjoys spending time with his grandchildren, and his great grandchildren.
Lance Coffey is the Co-Owner of United Country Coffey Real Estate and Auction. He is a Broker and an Auctioneer, with over 20 years in business. In 1996, he was the Oklahoma State Reserve Champion Auctioneer. He is an overachiever, receiving the Honorary State FFA degree of Oklahoma, and performs numerous auctions for various charities and fundraisers in the community. He is a member of the Hinton Kiwanis club, and is a past president and currently sits on that organization’s board of directors, Coffey is also currently serving as the President of the Caddo County Fair Board. His past accomplishments include an Associate’s Degree in Science from Connors State University where he was on the Livestock Judging Team. He was on the Horse Judging Team at Oklahoma State University and he is currently the Hinton High School assistant wrestling coach. He and his wife, Carrie live west of town on the family ranch. He and his wife Carrie are sports, rodeo and Harley Davidson enthusiasts. They share their time with kids, Kwenton, Landon and wife Bre and grandson Louden.