FL – Broward – Davie


In 1973, I was elected Senior Class President at South Broward High School. I also founded and led the school's Sports Car Club during that time. From 1974 to 1981, I began my law enforcement career in the City of Sunrise at the age of 19. In 1981, I joined the Broward County Sheriff's Department and had the opportunity to serve in various units such as road patrol, the Motorcycle unit, the Gang Task Force unit, the S.T.O.P. unit, the Auto Theft unit, and the Juvenile Truancy unit, which I helped establish to reduce home burglaries in the area. I also served in the Vice unit, working undercover in capacities such as massage parlors. I received several awards during my 30 years with the Broward County Sheriff's Office, including a full pension and benefits. Around 1996, I became a member of First Baptist Church of Fort Lauderdale, serving in various capacities including the Christmas pageant and later as a volunteer in their security team. I also volunteered with the MAKE a WISH foundation starting in 2004 and continue to serve there to this day. Additionally, I have spent the last five years volunteering at the Broward County Humane Society and am a member of The Hundred Club, which supports families of fallen firefighters and law enforcement officers. Currently, I am a weekly attendee at Calvary Chapel church, where I serve as a greeter at the door entrance. Before my injuries, I was also known for being a good neighbor, helping out with tasks like cutting lawns and cleaning pools for those in need. One of my proudest accomplishments is my son Jeffrey, who has grown up to be a respectful and successful individual, now serving as a Pastor. My life is now filled with joy, comfort, and inner peace as I continue to serve our Creator, GOD.
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