|25th Governor of Oklahoma|
January 9, 1995 – January 13, 2003
|Preceded by||David Walters|
|Succeeded by||Brad Henry|
|United States Deputy Secretary of Housing and Urban Development|
|President||George H. W. Bush|
|Preceded by||Alfred A. DelliBovi|
|Succeeded by||Terrence R. Duvernay|
|United States Associate Attorney General|
George H. W. Bush
|Preceded by||Stephen S. Trott|
|Succeeded by||Wayne Budd|
|United States Attorney for the Northern District of Oklahoma|
|Preceded by||Hubert H. Bryant|
|Succeeded by||Layn R. Phillips|
|Member of the Oklahoma Senate|
from the 38th district
|Preceded by||Peyton A. Breckinridge|
|Succeeded by||Wayne Winn|
|Member of the Oklahoma House of Representatives from the 70th district|
|Succeeded by||Paul Brunton|
David Rowland Keating
February 10, 1944
St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.
|Education||Georgetown University (BA)|
University of Oklahoma (JD)
|Branch/service||Federal Bureau of Investigation|
|Years of service||1969–1972|
Francis Anthony "Frank" Keating II (born February 10, 1944) is an American attorney and politician. He was the 25th governor of Oklahoma from 1995 to 2003.
Keating is one of only four governors in Oklahoma history, in addition to George Nigh, Brad Henry and Mary Fallin, to hold consecutive terms and the first Republican to do so.
Keating was governor during the Oklahoma City bombing.
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