Congressman Frank Lucas Welcomes Allison Litterell to District Staff

May 07, 2012
Press

Washington, D.C. – Congressman Frank Lucas welcomes Allison Litterell, Elk City, Okla. native to his district office to serve as his new staff assistant and caseworker.

“I am very glad to have Allison join our team,” said Lucas. “With her knowledge of the district and previous work experience, I know she will be a tremendous asset to my staff and the constituents of Oklahoma’s Third Congressional District. As staff assistant in my district office, Allison will be the first person constituents talk to when they call my office for help, and I know she will listen and be attentive to their needs.”

In her new role Litterell will tend to the basic office duties and assist Lucas’ constituents in dealing with federal agencies.

“I’m very excited to be a part of Congressman Lucas’ staff,” said Litterell. “I can’t wait to serve the people of Oklahoma’s third district.”

Litterell graduated from Southwestern Oklahoma State University in 2006 with her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. She most recently worked for Edward Jones Investments as a Branch Office Administrator. Litterell is the daughter of Lee and Jan Litterell of Elk City, Okla. and the granddaughter of Don and Norma Dirickson, of Elk City, Okla. and Mozelle Litterell, of Rogers, Ark.

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