Please remember to lock the doors to your houses and parked vehicles tonight. If you park your vehicle in your driveway overnight, please also remember not to leave stored in your vehicles any valuables or other things that might attract vandals. We need the cooperation of every citizen to make sure our properties are not available for easy picking.
Peter Hoffman, Jr. is the Ward 2 Councilman. Peter’s family came to Nichols Hills in the mid-1950’s. His late father, Peter Hoffman, Sr. was the third mayor of Nichols Hills and his late mother, Marion Devore, was an active lifetime supporter of local arts and education. Peter and his wife Susan have two sons, Alec and Drew, and three granddaughters.
Peter attended Casady School, has a BA from Southern Methodist University, and a MBA from Thunderbird Graduate School of International Management. Working as a private investor, he has been successful in helping build several companies. He is Co-Founder and Board Chairman of Vertec Polymers, Inc., an advanced polymer company located in Houston, Texas. In addition, he has investments in cyber security, behavioral analytics, and alternative power distribution systems. Peter is a noted art collector and founder of The Hoffman Art Institute, an organization dedicated to encouraging young artists and exhibiting important works of art worldwide.
Peter is a director of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, serving on the Executive Committee, Collections Committee, and Chairman of the Education Committee. He is Co-Founder and Board Chairman of Wilderness Matters, a non-profit organization devoted to helping all people, especially those with disabilities, enjoy outdoor experiences. He is a former director of the Payne Education Center, a non-profit organization focused on helping Oklahoma children learn to read and write. Peter has a passion for physical fitness. He is an accomplished cyclist and spin instructor, avid fly fisherman, and generally loves the out of doors. Peter and Susan are members of All Souls Episcopal Church.
Peter has deep seeded roots in Nichols Hills and a love for his community. Concerning his position as Nichols Hills City Councilman, he states, “I see being a councilman, at this time, as a mission. I want to use my skills, energy, and intellect to help this community actualize into the most beautiful place it can be, both now and into the future. I want to help turn great ideas into something real, something special…of lasting value.” Peter further states that the City of Nichols Hills has a great history, many active community volunteers, and an excellent team of hard working employees. He feels deeply honored to serve the residents of this unique and wonderful neighborhood.