"We're completely stunned and heartbroken," Golding-Ross said. "Representative Griffith has been extremely important in the community and she's done incredible things in our state. She has continually been about building the community."
Griffith was a registered nurse and received her Masters degree in public health from the University of Oklahoma. She was the executive director of Health for Friends, a nonprofit that provided specific health services to the underserved. Griffith had been married to her husband, Jim, for 46 years, and they have three children.
Griffith was elected to represent House District 45 in 2014 and again in 2016.
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