Sarah Stitt (Kevin Stitt’s Wife) Bio, Wiki, Age, Husband, Children, and Net Worth
Sarah Stitt Bio, Wiki
Sarah Stitt is well known for being the wife of Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt. an American businessman and politician serving as the 28th Governor of Oklahoma since January 2019.
Sarah Stitt Family
Sarah and Gov. Kevin Stitt. married in 1998 and the couple has been married for over 21 years and they have six children. The family lives together in Tulsa.
Kevin Stitt Julius Jones
With no word from the governor’s office on whether he will grant clemency for death row inmate Julius Jones, Gov. Kevin Stitt has a few options he can take.
In just 22 hours, Jones is set to be executed in McAlester unless the governor steps in. Wednesday was the third straight day of vigils at the State Capitol, as family members see Jones for what could be the last time.
After the Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board have twice recommended sparing his life over doubts about his guilt and concerns over his sentence, it is now up to the Governor.
- Deny clemency, which would let the execution go forward
- Grant clemency and change the sentence to life in prison
- Grant clemency and allow the possibility of parole
- Not acting at all, which would let the execution go forward
The latter option would be somewhat surprising. Back when the board first recommended commutation in September, the governor said no because he wanted to make the decision after a clemency hearing instead.
Oklahoma governors have historically followed these recommendations but sometimes haven’t. Former Gov. Frank Keating spoke with KOCO 5 last night about how he treated these types of decisions.
“This individual proof beyond reasonable doubt is the killer… every one of the prosecutors said yes that’s correct. Ok. Then, I would bring the defense attorney in and ask the exact same question,” Keating told KOCO 5.
Wednesday night, the state is waiting to hear what Stitt will do. He could release a decision at any time. If clemency is not granted, Jones will be executed in McAlester at 4 p.m.
Sarah Stitt Education
Sarah was home-schooled until she was a teen, as reported by Metro Magazine.
Sarah Stitt Background
As Metro Family Magazine reported, the First Lady grew up in Tulsa in a household marked by mental illness. Her mother struggled with untreated mental illnesses that began from her own childhood. Her mother attempted suicide several times and a sibling developed a drug addiction. Because of this, the dynamic greatly affected Sarah’s household growing up.
Sarah has now dedicated her life to erasing the stigma surrounding mental health,
“As a child I was not allowed to talk about the issues in my family because my mom was afraid we’d be judged or what people would think, that keeps families isolated and keeps them from getting the resources to help them walk through their lives,” said Stitt.
Also according to her biography on the state website, she is dedicated to raising awareness of ACES, which are Adverse Childhood Experiences that can contribute to mental health diagnoses.
The site says that the experiences can be reversed through “caring relationships and provision of pathways to success.”
Sarah Stitt Career
According to her state page, Sarah Stitt is the head of the non-profit Board of Friends of the Mansion, which aims to maintain and restore the Oklahoma Governor’s Mansion. She is currently overseeing the renovation of the Governor’s Mansion “with the intention of bringing the home back to its original structure and restoring its historical value.”
She also founded Gateway Mortgage Group in 2000 with her husband and maintained a career in residential home building.
Sarah Stitt Husband Gov. Kevin Stitt tests positive for coronavirus
Sarah husband Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt, who has aggressively pushed to reopen his state and flouted experts’ health recommendations, announced on Wednesday that he is the first governor to test positive for coronavirus.
Following news of the governers diagnosis, the state health department announced a record high of 1,075 new positive COVID cases in a single day. There are currently 561 people hospitalized in the state due to the v