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Remembering 'Chopper'

9:43 AM, Feb. 1, 2014
Randy Pluff coached the eighth-grade girls basketball team at Gibraltar for three seasons. He's pictured to the far left, next to his oldest daughter, Jordan, in a 2013 team photo.
Randy Pluff coached the eighth-grade girls basketball team at Gibraltar for three seasons. He's pictured to the far left, next to his oldest daughter, Jordan, in a 2013 team photo.
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The Gibraltar School District lost a highly respected and beloved basketball coach Dec. 21, when Randy Pluff died following a courageous battle with brain cancer.

But the man who was well known in Northern Door County simply as "Chopper" hasn't been forgotten.

Gibraltar's high school boys and girls basketball teams have been wearing black arm bands in Pluff's memory since mid-January, and next week they're having a special ceremony to pay further tribute to the coach who touched the lives of many. ...

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