Breaking Video – Sen. Jim Inhofe Son dies in Plane Crash

A source close to Sen. Jim Inhofe has confirmed that his son, Dr. Perry Inhofe, was on board a plane that crashed near Owasso, Okla. on Sunday. Perry Inhofe was killed in the crash.

perry_inholfeThe NTSB is holding a news conference at 5 p.m. KOCO will air the news conference on KOCO News at 5 and will livestream the news conference on

Dr. Perry Inhofe was an orthopedic surgeon in Tulsa. According to his biographical information on the Central States Orthopedics website, Inhofe attended Duke University and studied biomedical engineering and electrical engineering. He graduated in 1984.

Perry Inhofe then attended Washington University in St. Louis for medical school. He graduated in 1988 and did postgraduate training at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis and the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine.

Read more: KOCO

KRMG has learned the Mitsubishi twin-engine turboprop was sold in September to a Tulsa company called Anasazi Winds, LLC.

The company has addresses that are the same as work and home addresses belonging to Dr. Perry Inhofe, 52, a licensed pilot whose name is also on the registration of another aircraft belonging to Anasazi Winds.

KRMG was able to confirm that an address registered to that company matches the Tulsa County Assessor’s records for property belonging to Dr. Perry Ihofe and  Dr. Nancy Rader Inhofe, a pediatrician.


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