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First name: Buel photo
Last name: Anglen
E-mail: buel-anglen@cherokee.org
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9835 N. Osage Dr.
Sperry, OK 74073
(C) 918-527-6803

One of seven children born to Leon and Annabelle (Juby) Anglen, Buel has been a lifelong resident of District 13. He has lived in the Sperry and Skiatook areas for 68 years. He and wife Clara have been married for 47 years and presently reside in Sperry, OK. They have two daughters, Christy and Peggy. They are also the proud grandparents of Trenton, Blake, Clara Ann, Chloe and Cali.

Buel graduated in 1969 from Sperry High School. He is also a graduate of the Carpenter's Union #943 Trade School. He presently owns Sperry Boat Storage, Anglen Construction Company, LLC and Anglen Custom Homes, LLC. He is also a co-owner of A&S Investments, LLC. Buel was a General Contractor on the Cherokee Housing Authority building addition and also constructed the Cherokee Nation Bingo Outposts at Catoosa and West Siloam Springs.

Buel was a former member of the Sperry Board of Education, a trustee for the Resthaven Cemetery, and youth softball coach. He is also a Lifetime FFA Alumni member and a current member of the Sperry Merchants Association and American Legion Post 0131. Buel is an active member of the Tulsa Cherokee Community Organization, and Victory Cherokee Organization. Buel served as a Commissioner on the Greater Tulsa Area Indian Affairs Commission. Buel was very instrumental in helping form the Victory Cherokee Organization in Collinsville and the Washington County Cherokee Association in the Bartlesville and Dewey areas.

In June of 2002, Buel was appointed by the Cherokee Nation Tribal Council to fill a District 8 council vacancy. Buel was then elected by the people of District 8 on May 24, 2003 by an overwhelming majority of the registered voters. He served on the tribal council until August 2013. Buel was a member of all standing committees and was Co-Chair of the Employment Committee. He was also a member of the Five Civilized Tribes Council and served as an Advisory Board Member of Cherokee Nation Business. In June 2015, Buel was once again elected to serve as the District 13 Tribal Council representative.

As a descendent of Edith Tucker-Juby, Buel is very proud of his Indian heritage. He devotes most of his time and efforts to serving his fellow Cherokee citizens. Buel is committed to keeping the Cherokee people informed of beneficial information and new programs that are available from the Cherokee Nation, as well as addressing the needs and concerns of the Cherokee people.