Former state representative passes at 81
ALLEN, Okla.- A former state representative who also served as a city leader in his hometown will be laid to rest this weekend.
Bob Plunk, 81, died Thursday at an Ada hospital.
He served as mayor and city manager of the City of Allen, along with owning several businesses in town.
Plunk became a state representative for District 25 from 1995 until 2006.
State Rep. Todd Thomsen issued a statement on Plunk’s passing, saying:
“Representative Bob Plunk diligently served the residents of House District 25 from the time of his first election to the Oklahoma House in 1995 until his departure from the state legislature in 2006. I know that the communities of the district will miss this beloved neighbor and friend and his family will be in all of our prayers.”
Services for Bob Plunk will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday inside the Allen School Auditorium.
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