The Oklahoma Bondsman Association (OBA) recently announced the appointment of Salomon Dionicio to its board of directors. Dionicio will fulfill the role of Northeast Director, representing and managing the affairs of OBA within the northeastern area of Oklahoma.
“Having known Salomon for several years and seeing his work ethic, I know he will provide the leadership we need to continue moving our association and the industry forward,” said Raymond Merrill, president of OBA. “His professionalism and passion for helping his fellow Oklahomans are invaluable within our industry.”
Dionicio has been a licensed bondsman for 15 years, owning and operating Amigo Bail Bonds in Tulsa. Prior to becoming a bondsman, he worked in law enforcement and has served on the board of the Associated Bail Agents of Tulsa for over 10 years.
“As bondsmen, we are here to help people,” said Dionicio. “My goal is to be as honest and professional as possible and provide help to those when they need it most. It’s an honor to be able to serve our industry as the northeast director for the [OBA] board.”
Dionicio earned his bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Missouri Valley College. He remains actively involved in the community and is a member of Asbury Methodist Church in Tulsa.