Flanagan resigns from West Virginia Board of Education

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – Jeffrey Flanagan has resigned from the West Virginia Board of Education.

The Department of Education announced Thursday that Flanagan submitted his resignation in a letter to Gov. Jim Justice.

Flanagan cites his full-time job and family as reasons for stepping down. He is a longtime professional musician, music teacher and salesman.

The Charleston resident had served on the board for 14 months after being picked by Justice to fill a vacancy.

No replacement for Flanagan was immediately named.

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