Elected in 2018, state Senator Darrell Weaver of Moore represents Senate District 24. He is the only Senator to serve as the former Director of a state agency. Commissioned as an Agent with the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics in 1987, he held various assignments throughout the state. In September of 2006, he was appointed Director of the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Control and retired after serving the Bureau for 28 years. In 2014, Senator Weaver was inducted into the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Hall Of Fame.
Senator Weaver is a graduate of Cameron University with a Bachelors of Accounting. He received the 2009 Distinguished Alumni Award and in 2013, was named as an “Acclaimed Aggie”. He earned a Master of Business Administration from Oklahoma Christian University and was awarded an honorary Doctor of Pharmacy. Senator Weaver is a graduate of the FBI National Academy and the Senior Management Institute for Police. He is an Alumnus of Leadership Oklahoma Class XXIII, Leadership OKC Class XXVIIII, the 2013 Leadership Moore Class, Leadership Tulsa Class 54, the TEAM South OKC Leadership Program, the 2011 Tinker Air Force Base COMMstar Program, and the Salt and Light Leadership Training (S.A.L.L.T.) program. Senator Weaver served as the 2010 State Charitable Campaign Chairman for the United Way and is a former State Board member for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma. He was a long-time elected trustee of the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Retirement System (OLERS) and a member of the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) governing council, and has served on numerous boards and committees. Senator Weaver served from 2015 to 2018 as the CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma.
A Christian author, Senator Weaver has been a speaker at men’s groups, youth camps, and church gatherings across the State of Oklahoma. He currently attends Victory Family Church.
Senator Weaver and his wife, Kim, a physician, have five children, and own and operate Weaver Clinics. They are active members of the Moore Chamber of Commerce and South Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce. He served many years as a volunteer youth football and basketball coach.