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The Pryors’ Color-Filled Retreat

Family flexibility in a Norman home



Lisa and Dick entertain friends by the dozens, often for OU-Texas weekend, the 4th of July and, in years past, with a Thanksgiving turkey fry. Colorful coral, teal and lime paired with neutral flooring and cabinetry make for a clever funky-meets-classic feeling in the spacious kitchen, breakfast area and reading nook.

 

When Lisa and Dick Pryor bought their north Norman home five years ago, they needed a property with a flexible floorplan, able to accommodate up to three generations of their family – including six children, nine grandchildren and Dick’s late mother Nell. They would rarely be in residence all at once, but at holidays, the Pryor house is filled to the brim, and at any other time of year, children and grandchildren are in and out, ebbing and flowing with various celebrations and birthdays.  

Theirs is a blended family, the result of a romance that began the moment Dick laid eyes on Lisa when they were underclassmen at the University of Oklahoma in the mid-1970s and came full circle some 20 years later when the pair reconnected. Dick keeps a photo of Lisa from college on a shelf in his office, and it’s clear that the couple was meant to be together. Both are political junkies, whose lives could easily be the fodder for an Oklahoma adaptation of “The West Wing.”

 

The Pryors have recently resolved to add more color to their lives, and have begun a well-curated collection of art. Many of their pieces are bold landscapes of vistas in and around the Santa Fe and Taos areas of New Mexico, a part of the country they both love.


Many will recognize Dick from his decades in broadcasting on the radio and television in north Texas, Tulsa and Oklahoma City. He was the anchor of OETA’s news report for 25 years. These days, he’s the general manager at KGOU, the University of Oklahoma’s public radio station – a position he’s held for a couple of years now, and one which brings his career full circle.   

“My very first gig on the radio was at KGOU in 1974,” he says. “It was September, and a friend of mine and I had heard that KGOU would let students on the air. We went in and watched some guys do a scoreboard show, and the producer said, ‘Can you guys do that?’ Of course we said, ‘Sure,’ and he said, ‘Great, you can do it next week.’”  

The trouble was that Pryor had never done a radio show, but he had an ace in the hole. “As a kid, I would listen to baseball games on the radio when I was supposed to be asleep, for hours and hours,” he says, and that early immersion in sportscasting enabled him to launch his career. “Those listening skills have also served him well as a spouse,” Lisa says, laughing.

 

Dick and Lisa Pryor, one of Oklahoma’s best-known power couples, share a smile in front of part of a bold acrylic painting of a stand of aspens by Norman artist Tim Kenney.


He soon scored airtime on KNOR radio, one of the stations he surreptitiously listened to as a kid, and on KAFG, which is now KJYO, doing play-by-play for El Reno’s high school basketball teams. “I was a full-time student at OU, and was working for three radio stations at the same time,” he says.  The kid had gumption.

From there, a slew of TV and radio jobs ensued, which have garnered him three Emmys. He also found time to attend law school, and opened a practice with a fellow lawyer and childhood friend for a few years before returning to television.

“In 2016, I was asked to begin teaching at OU’s journalism school,” he says. “I taught mass communications law as an adjunct, and while I was doing that, the opportunity to take on the position of general manager of KGOU came along … and here I am. I love it.”

Lisa’s career has also come full circle, and like Dick, she’s come back to OU, happily.  “I met Dick when we were both freshmen at OU; he was already working at KGOU and I was a work-study student at the Oklahoma Center for Continuing Education,” she says. After a few dates, she and Dick went their separate ways.

 

(Above) The Pryors’ formal dining room could easily double as a library. Both are avid readers and share a natural curiosity and love of the written word. The home’s previous owner, Tom Bevel, used the room as a boardroom for his business, which operated from the home. Bevel is one of the foremost blood-spatter experts in the nation, and he built a “splatter lab” in the home’s studio apartment, one which is now simply extra room for guests.


Fast forward to 1994, when Lisa returned to Norman to teach at Central Mid-High, then Alcott Middle School, where she created an award-winning service-learning program. “I got into teaching late. I was 37 when I entered the classroom and once I did, it just felt natural, because it was an information transfer. After I left the classroom, I worked at the Oklahoma State Department of Education in service-learning and later as Assistant State Superintendent.”

About the same time, she became avidly involved in politics and was asked to run for the State Senate. Although she lost that race, it was an experience she turned into a winning campaign for a two-year term as Chairman of the Oklahoma Democratic Party (ODP). “During my term at the ODP, Democrats were elected to eight out of nine statewide offices,” she says.

Turns out Dick is not the only journalist in the family. Lisa did a stint as editor of the Hobart Democrat Chief before focusing her career on education. “My passion is information,” she says. “I love to connect people, to write, tell stories and to transfer knowledge. I am a connector of facts and figures, and audiences.”  

She spent five and a half years hop-scotching across the country for the National Center on Time and Learning, which she found exhilarating but ultimately exhausting. Her current position, serving as the director for program development and innovation for the vice president of outreach at OU, allows her to do what she loves: research and information share.

 

Upstairs, the Pryors retreat from the stresses of the day in this cozy, memorabilia-filled hideout. There is a nine-foot projection television on the wall, a well-stocked fridge and plenty of spots to settle in, including a roomy, pillow-filed window seat beloved by grandchildren and Lisa alike. Both Pryors are Sooner born and Sooner bred, and their collection of football, baseball and hockey ephemera covers nearly every available surface. Letter sweaters belonging to Lisa’s father Cecil Morris, co-captain of OU’s 1955 national champion team, hangs next to Dick’s grandfather’s letter sweater. The senior Dick Pryor attended Southeastern Oklahoma State University in the 1920s.


They’re a bit of a power couple, avid travelers, art collectors and the gracious hosts of several annual gatherings for dozens of friends.

“Dick has fostered and encouraged my love of color,” Lisa says. “When he and I married, our love of collecting art just started. Some of our collection is local, some is from New Mexico, and much of it is about color. The older I get, the more color I want in my life.”

 

 

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Come pre-party with us on the patio this Saturday at the Sheraton Hotel. Enjoy our signature cocktail drinks and food bar menu. DJ Catherine Ouellette will be spinning your favorite tunes...

Cost: Free

Where:
Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown Hotel
1 North Broadway Ave
Oklahoma City, OK  73102
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Professional instruction in the art of improvisation. Though some experience with improvisation is beneficial, all skill levels are welcome, no prerequisite classes.  Though sketch comedy...

Cost: $175 for the full term

Where:
The Paramount Room
701 W. Sheridan Ave
Oklahoma City, OK  73102
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Sponsor: The Space OKC
Telephone: 405-887-3327
Contact Name: AL Caveny
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Winner of four Tony Awards, including Best Musical Revival, HELLO, DOLLY! is the universally acclaimed smash that NPR calls “the best show of the...

Cost: Varies

Where:
Civic Center Music Hall
201 N Walker Ave
Oklahoma City, OK  73102
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Sponsor: OKC Broadway
Telephone: 405-594-8300
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Tired of the same old Halloween parties? Join Oklahoma River Cruises and let’s Haunt the River.  Enjoy the decorated boat, haunted tunes, light snacks and cash bar on board....

Cost: $35

Where:
Exchange Ave. Landing
1503 Exchange Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK  73108
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Sponsor: Oklahoma River Cruises
Telephone: 405-702-7755
Contact Name: Che Loessberg
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