Mason Mungle’s roots began and remain in agriculture. He was a partner in the family dairy farm at Atoka, Oklahoma, and is still involved with a cow/calf operation on the farm. He graduated from Atoka High School and was in FFA earning the Chapter, State and American Farmers degrees, and served as a State Officer. He has been an OFU member and insured for over 40 years. Mungle was a member of the first class of the Oklahoma Agricultural Leadership Program and has a Bachelor and Master Degree from Oklahoma State University in animal science.
Mungle served as director of the Oklahoma Conservation Commission working with Conservation districts in Oklahoma from 1986-1997. He served on numerous state and national committees dealing with soil, water and rural development.
Mungle worked for OFU/AFR in Coop Development and Legislative Affairs from 1997 to 2007. Duties included managing programs and legislative activities at the state and national levels for agriculture, rural and insurance issues. He was active with Farmers Union youth programs -- judging speech contests, speaking at camps and general program support.
Mungle served as president of Farmers Royalty Company until retirement in 2016. Farmers Royalty Company was established in 1928 as Farmers Union Cooperative Royalty Company. He is on the board and past state president of OK NARO and serves on the board of the Oklahoma Agriculture Mediation Program. He is a member of McFarlin Methodist Church, Norman.
Mason and his wife Renee, have three children and 3 grandchildren.