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Turpin High School honors Jared Plunk PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 08 November 2010 11:36

Turpin High School honored alumni Jared Plunk, who was killed this summer while on duty in Afghanistan. The players presented his family with a football jersey and helmet signed by all the team. Accepting the honors were Jared’s wife, Lindsay, right, holding son Kason and Noah. left front. Other family members at the ceremony halftime at Friday’s game against Beaver, Okla., include Jared’s grandfather, Delmar Plunk; left, grandmother, Leona Miller; brother, Justin Plunk and his wife, Caitlin; and sister, Michelle Plunk, kneeling. Photo courtesy Beaver, Okla., Herald Democrat/Brent Lansden

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