School of Accounting honors distinguished alumni
Friday, December 8, 2006
The School of Accounting in the William S. Spears School of Business at
Oklahoma State University recently honored its 2006 Distinguished Alumni. J.
Ike Guest (B.S. ’60), Bob Slovacek (B.S. ’71 and M.S. ’72), Judy A. Johnson
(B.S. ’67) and Mike Johnson (B.S. ’66) were formally recognized following
the Wilton T. Anderson Hall of Fame Banquet at the Meinders Hall of Mirrors
in the Oklahoma City Civic Center Music Hall.
J. Ike Guest, a native of Valliant, began his career with Deloitte & Touche
in 1960 following graduation from OSU. After a tour of duty as a Signal
Corps officer, he returned to Deloitte & Touche where he retired as a
partner in 1991.
Guest then joined a small local CPA firm in Dallas, Lightfoot Guest Moore &
Co., PC, where he is a partner and has remained active in public accounting.
Guest has been on the Board of Directors of the OSU Alumni Association, and
he is active in the Dallas Chapter and has served as its president. He
received the OSU Alumni Service Award in 1997.
Bob Slovacek joined the Tulsa office of Arthur Andersen & Co. after
graduation from OSU. He transferred with that company in 1980 to Oklahoma
City where he remained until 1981. At that time, he joined David Hogan in
starting a new firm, Hogan & Slovacek.
Slovacek specializes in tax consulting and tax planning for individuals and
their closely-held businesses. He has had extensive experience in trust and
estate taxation as well as the individual, corporate and partnership areas.
Slovacek has earned the designations of certified financial planner and
certified valuation analyst.
Slovacek was named one of the top four Oklahoma City tax return preparers by
Money Magazine and is listed in Marquis’ Who’s Who in Business and Finance
in the Southwest. He has also served the University of Central Oklahoma as
an adjunct professor of accounting.
Mike and Judy Johnson live in Kingfisher, Oklahoma where they moved in 1981
to help run a farm implement and car sales operation established by Mike’s
grandfather. Since then, they have built the dealership into a well-known
business and serve as co-owners of operations in Kingfisher, Enid,
Stillwater and Chickasha.
Judy also owns Cowboy Real Estate, a land development and rental unit
company in Stillwater. She is a two-time honoree for The Journal Record’s
“50 Making a Difference,” is a graduate of Leadership Kingfisher County
Class I and Leadership Oklahoma Class XVII.
Mike serves in the Oklahoma State Senate where he represents District 22
(Canadian, Kingfisher, Logan and Oklahoma Counties). He began his first term
in the State Senate in 1999. He has also served as city treasurer for Edmond
and was an active member of the Kingfisher School Board for ten years.