Thomas Dugger serves District 21 of Oklahoma’s Senate as an elected Senator. Additionally, he holds an accounting certificate.
Dugger has submitted his PSR and has had no disciplinary infractions since his arrival at BOP. He claims to be suffering from cluster/vascular migraines, chronic bronchitis, nasal polyps and has undergone nasal reconstruction surgery; all qualifying medical conditions. Neither “other reasons” for compassionate release have been presented for consideration.
Early Life and Education
Thomas Dugger is an esteemed business leader and educator with more than three decades of leadership experience. Previously he served as executive director at Union University and excels at institutional advancement and networking.
Current Oklahoma Senate District 21 Representative John Dugger. His district covers Payne County and part of Creek County.
He served as chairman of the Appropriations Subcommittee on Select Agencies during his term in office, overseeing 57 state agencies, boards and commissions. Additionally, he co-founded local theater troupe Patchwork Players where he appeared in several productions, such as 12 Angry Men. Furthermore, he actively volunteers his services at several organizations like Stillwater Exchange Club and Turning Point Ranch which provide therapeutic riding centers for disabled children.
Thomas Dugger works for a company that specializes in the implementation of large security, financial, and trading systems. He possesses extensive experience in accounting, business management, and information technology.
He serves on the Board of Directors for Turning Point Ranch, a therapeutic horseback riding facility for special needs children. Additionally, he is a member of Stillwater Exchange Club and former President of Stillwater Chapter of American Red Cross. Along with Ann, another OSU professor, they remain actively engaged with their community.
Dugger has submitted his motion arguing that he meets the requirements for compassionate release as he suffers from cluster/vascular migraines, chronic bronchitis and nasal polyps. His PSR serves as proof of this claim; additionally he points to family history and personal medical history as reasons to grant him release from prison.
Achievement and Honors
Dugger has many accolades to her name. Notably, she won both Cliff Harris Awards given by Wright Lindsey Jennings LLP to honor the nation’s top small college defensive player. Furthermore, Dugger was twice All-American safety for Division II Lenoir Rhyne University of Hickory North Carolina.
Dugger has spearheaded multiple initiatives at BART that have made significant strides toward customer service excellence, leading to an 86% overall satisfaction rating – the highest of any transit agency!
Dugger is currently serving her second term representing Oklahoma Senate District 21, covering much of Payne County as well as parts of Creek County. She earned a perfect score on Ballotpedia’s 2023 Candidate Connection survey.
Dugger was previously vice-mayor of Stillwater and is very involved with local theater. He has performed in shows such as Romeo and Juliet, Amadeus, and Waiting for Godot – often performing these roles himself! Additionally, Dugger is an avid follower of Walt Disney, regularly taking seniors on trips to visit theme parks in Florida.
Senator Dugger currently represents Senate District 21, covering much of Payne and part of Creek counties in East Texas. He has served on numerous committees such as Appropriations Committee, Joint Appropriation and Budget Committee, Public Safety, Retirement & Insurance as well as Tourism & Wildlife Committee.
Jim Dugger is married to Ann Dugger, an OSU adjunct education professor. Together they have one child; Jim currently resides in Dallas with his wife. All three members belong to First Christian Church of Stillwater.
Jim Bob Duggar has amassed an impressive fortune as the patriarch of a vast family. According to Celebrity Net Worth estimates, he reportedly is worth an estimated $3.5 million from reality TV stints, real estate transactions, and commercial properties.
Dugger also serves in the Oklahoma State Senate and currently represents District 20 which encompasses parts of Payne and Creek Counties.
He has made education his main issue, advocating for private school subsidies and criticizing woke gender indoctrination. Furthermore, he’s supported pro-life legislation and participated in Boy Scouts before serving in Oklahoma National Guard as veteran. Together with his wife he resides in Stillwater with 19 children.