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Tulsa Cattle Baron’s Ball

Diane Heaton, M.D., Radiation Oncologist and Medical Director at Oklahoma CyberKnife, was a Baron for the second time at this year’s Tulsa Cattle Baron’s Ball. 

The Cattle Baron’s Ball is Tulsa’s single largest American Cancer Society fundraiser, and is responsible for raising more than $1.3 Million in the past seven years to fund lifesaving cancer research, as well as free services for cancer patients and their families. 

The 2015 annual western gala was held at the Cox Business Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  The event included live entertainment by country artist Jerrod Niemann, delicious food and beverages provided by local restaurants, western-themed activities, and silent and live auctions. 

Every year, the American Cancer Society selects about ten community and business leaders from across the county to be Barons for the Tulsa Cattle Baron’s Ball.  The mission of this group is to promote and support the success of the Cattle Baron’s Ball. 

The Tulsa Cattle Barron’s Ball was a huge success and Oklahoma CyberKnife was very proud to have Dr. Heaton, an alumni Baron, supporting the American Cancer Society and representing Oklahoma CyberKnife, and her community, in such a positive way! 

Photo caption:  The Baron Class of 2015, featuring Diane Heaton, M.D. (third from left), wears their black Stetson hats they were gifted from the American Cancer Society in recognition for being a part of the Tulsa Cattle Baron’s Ball.