Redburn helped launch the state lottery — and leaves behind some big shoes to fillBy Kate NorthropOKLAHOMA CITY, Ok. — Last week, the Oklahoma Lottery said farewell to the Director who was instrumental in vouching for and establishing the state's lottery. Rollo Redburn, 68, retired from his position as Lottery Commission Director after his final day on the job last Friday. First serving in the agency as Director of Administration, he was appointed the Lottery's second Director in 2012 following Jim Scroggins departure. Redburn advocated for the Oklahoma Lottery to join multi-state lottery organizations to allow the sale of Powerball and Mega Millions tickets in the state. According to Redburn, the Oklahoma Lottery could consider expanding its sales by allowing players to buy lottery tickets on their phones.
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