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Plate Number

District

Seniority Rank

Ruth Whitaker 1 3 1
Gilbert Baker 2 30 2
Percy Malone 3 26 3
Jimmy Jeffress 4 24 4
Kim Hendren 5 9 5
Jim Luker 6 17 6
Sue Madison 7 7 7
Gene Jeffress 8 25 8
Mary Anne Salmon 9 31 9
Randy Laverty 10 2 10
Jerry Taylor 11 23 11
Bill Pritchard 12 35 12
Paul Bookout 1 President Pro Tem 14 13
Jack Crumbly 14 16 14
Robert Thompson 15 11 15
David Johnson 16 32 16
Cecile Bledsoe 17 8 17
Johnny Key 18 1 18
David Wyatt 19 12 19
Joyce Elliott 20 33 20
Larry Teague 21 20 21
Michael Lamoureux 22 4 22
Linda Chesterfield 23 34 23
Jason Rapert 24 18 24
Stephanie Flowers 25 5 25
David Burnett 26 15 26
Missy Irvin 27 10 27
Jake Files 28 13 28
Jonathan Dismang 29 29 29
Bill Sample 30 19 30
Bruce Holland 31 6 31
Jeremy Hutchinson 32 22 32
Mike Fletcher 33 27 33
Steve Harrelson 34 21 34
Eddie Joe Williams 35 28 35
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