Hello and thanks for stopping by! My name is Bonnie Casteel and I live in Lucien, OK with my husband T.J., son Matt (5), daughters Annie Dale (3) and Libby Louise (almost 1). We have four dogs: Jake, Chloe, Penny, and Elvis, as well as two cats: Bobby and Racecar. We also have 80 mama cows and 20 horses. I grew up in Perry and graduated from Perry High School in 2003. I ventured to the University of Oklahoma for one semester (what was I thinking?!?!), and then I found my true home in Stillwater at Oklahoma State University! GO COWBOYS!!!! I graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management (basically, a Business Degree) in May of 2007.
I moved to Destin, Florida after I graduated and worked as a Front Desk Supervisor at The Hilton Sandestin. After staying there a year, I then moved to Fort Worth, Texas to work for Black and Decker/DeWalt. I was a Sales and Marketing specialist, and I worked there for one year, as well. I moved back to Oklahoma in December of 2008, and started working on my certification to be a teacher. After working the other jobs, I knew teaching was what I really wanted to do! This will be my fifth year at C-D schools. Previously, I taught math and computers for three years at Crescent Public Schools. I was also the Head Slow Pitch Coach and assistant Fast Pitch Coach.
My husband T.J. graduated from Covington-Douglas in 2006. He currently works for Wilson Electric, Noble County Rural Water, and he is an auctioneer. We both have our Real Estate Licenses, and work for Casteel Auctioneers and Wiggins Auctioneers. T.J. also works rodeos as a pick-up man. T.J. and I are both very excited for me to continue teaching at Covington-Douglas. We are excited to be a part of the community and raise our family here! GO WILDCATS!