FL – Broward – Cooper City


In 1973, I was elected Senior Class President at South Broward High School and also founded and led the school's Sport Car Club. In 1974, I began my law enforcement career in the City of Sunrise, where I worked until 1981 when I joined the Broward County Sheriff's Department. During my time with the department, I served in various units including the road patrol, motorcycle unit, Chief of Police anti-racketeering unit, gang task force unit, S.T.O.P. unit, auto theft unit, and juvenile truancy unit. I am proud to have received several awards during my 30-year tenure with the Broward County Sheriff's Office, including a full pension and benefits upon retirement. I was also a founding member of the Motorcycle unit and became their first certified instructor. Additionally, I served as a volunteer at the First Baptist Church of Fort Lauderdale, in the MAKE a WISH foundation, and at the Broward County Humane Society. Since 2017, I have been a member of The Hundred Club, an organization that assists family members of fallen firefighters and law enforcement officers. Currently, I am a weekly attendee at Calvary Chapel church, serving as a greeter at the door entrance. Before my injuries, I was also known for being a good neighbor, helping others with tasks like lawn mowing and pool cleaning. One of my greatest accomplishments is my son Jeffrey, who I raised to be polite and respectful. He received college scholarships, got married, became a father, and is now a pastor. Ultimately, my greatest source of happiness, joy, comfort, and inner peace comes from serving our Creator, God. Furthermore, I have been a dedicated member of the Cooper City community, contributing to various organizations and initiatives to make a positive impact in the area.
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