The Norman Transcript


May 28, 2014

Cleveland County assessor race will be determined in primary election



Pack has worked in the assessor’s office for 26 years. She said she knows the value of hard work — she worked two jobs to support her family due to her late husband’s illness, which required dialysis.

A widow since 1998, Park is a life-long Oklahoman who grew up in the Lexington area. She has two sons and was involved in civic activities. She learned the assessors office on the job from the ground up and wants to eliminate government waste.

“I want everyone in the office to know that they are appreciated,” she said.

No one filed against County Treasurer Jim Reynolds or District 1 County Commissioner Rod Cleveland, so they will retain their seats. Stay tuned to the Transcript for upcoming election information.

Joy Hampton



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