2022/2023 Campaign Chair

J Berry Harrison III

J Berry Harrison III was raised near Ponca City on the Harrison Ranch by his parents Karen and J Berry Harrison Jr. He is a 2008 graduate of Woodland Public Schools in Ralston and Fairfax, Oklahoma. After graduating high school he attended Oklahoma State University where he received a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.

While attending Oklahoma State and after graduation Berry pursued a career in pipeline construction for six years where he had the opportunity to work for U.S. Pipeline INC, Snelson Companies, Inc., and Sheehan Pipeline Construction Company. During his tenure as a pipeline laborer and truck driver Berry had the opportunity to live in Tennessee, West Virginia, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas.

After marrying his wife Hayley and having their first daughter Harper Grace, they decided to move back home to Fairfax, OK to raise their family. Berry worked hauling fuel for Star Transportation for a year and later decided to pursue a career at Bowers Trucking and Logistics. Initially, interviewing for a position as a driver, Berry was offered a position as the Safety Director for Bowers Trucking. Serving as the safety director for three years he was offered the COO position where he served in dual roles as the COO and Safety director for another two years. In 2022 he was promoted to serve as only the COO for Bowers Trucking and Logistics where he still works today.

J Berry has had a passion for nonprofit organizations and has served on the Woodland Public Schools Board of Education for four years, Pioneer Technology Foundation board for two years, New Emergency Resource Agency board for one-year, Main Street board for one year, and the United Way Board of Directors for one year.

In his spare time Berry enjoys volunteering for different nonprofit organizations, playing golf with friends, and attending Oklahoma State sporting events. He also enjoys spending time with his wife Hayley and their two daughters Harper Grace and Berry Elizabeth in addition to working on the family ranch with his father and brother.