“My exact comment to him was, ‘If you’ve got a health board or a medical board, you would sure want some doctors, nurses and somebody in the field. For the electricians board, I would think you would want some certified electricians on it that know this stuff.’ So I’m all in favor of the health board having some doctors, nurses – somebody in the health care field,” Culver said. State Rep. Bob Ed Culver, R-Tahlequah, said he ran a bill last session to require six of the members of the Oklahoma Abstractors Board to be licensed abstractors. It passed both the House and Senate overwhelmingly, but was struck down by the governor. The two new members of the board Stitt appointed are Susan Dell’Osso, a former chief innovation officer for INTEGRIS Health, and Gino Demarco, a former senior executive for a Medicaid consulting and software company.