“In business and taking care of our customers since 1960.”
The largest minority video, music, production and television broadcasting network in Oklahoma.
Leon Rollerson Productions
POB 3162 Tulsa, OK 74101
Bus: 918 402-7721
Regarding Passing and Services of Eric “Rick” Rollerson
Services contact information 918 764-8212
1702 N. 24th W Ave
Tulsa, OK 74127
From: Leon Rollerson and the Rollerson Family
Mayor of Tulsa Dewey Bartlett, First Lady of Tulsa Victoria Bartlett, Tulsa World, KOTV, KTUL, KTEW, KRMG, FRESH JAMZ, Oklahoma Eagle, Rollerson Broadcasting, Urban Tulsa, Black Political Organization, Senator Jabar Shumate, Tulsa Councilman Jack Henderson, Joe Williams, Senator Judy-Eason McIntire, Tulsa school board member Dr. Lana Turner-Addison, Oklahoma Eagle Publishers James and Ed Goodwin
Eric “Rick” Rollerson, leading Tulsa, Oklahoma African-American community activist and the first African-American to run for the office of Mayor for the city of Tulsa has passed away from injuries received from being struck by a car Sunday night in Tulsa, December 29th, as he was walking on a side street next to his ranch. Eric “Rick” Rollerson was active in the political front, with the Black Cowboy Group and was strongly involved in spearheading positive changes in Tulsa government in Tulsa and especially North Tulsa Politics in making Tulsa a better place to live. He was the CEO for the Rollerson Foundation and for Black Eagle Enterprises and was well known as a strong family leader by so many. The African-American and political community leaders such as Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett, Senator Jabar Shumate, Tulsa Councilman Jack Henderson, Joe Williams, Senator Judy-Eason McIntire, Tulsa school board member Dr. Lana Turner-Addison, Oklahoma Eagle Publishers James and Ed Goodwin, Tulsa First Lady Victoria Bartlett and many other leaders morn his passing and send their respects. He was 74 years old.
From Rollerson Family
Viewing and Funeral Information
Eric "Rick" Rollerson
Jacks Memory Chapel
801 E 36th ST N, Tulsa 918-428-4431
Friday, Jan. 10th. 10a - 8p
Antioch Baptist Church
110 E 56th ST N, Tulsa 918-583-1620
Saturday, Jan. 11th 2pm.
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1702 N 24 W Ave Tulsa, 74127
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|Television and Radio Network
We produce videotapes for concerts, music videos, theatrical productions, historical productions, and television broadcasting. The video department of our company has won many outstanding awards for many different video concepts.
We produce and deal with every aspect of business involving the music world: teaching, producing, training, stage performance, engagement performance, concerts, touring, writing, and studio recording.
|Photography and Fashions
Whether it is a wedding, a graduation, or a birthday party our photographers can help you capture that special moment. We also support new upcoming designers as they seek to make a name in the world of fashion design.
We are involved in our communites in many ways from schools to community centers, from hospitals to churches, all over the city and the county.
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To purchase CD's or DVD's call 918 402-7721
Television Copies $30.00
Radio Copies $20.00
Send Check or Money Order to P.O. Box 3162, Tulsa, OK 74101 with the name of the video you would like to purchase.
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