FL – Broward – Lazy Lake


In 1973, South Broward High School became Senior Class President and started and led the school's Sport Car club. In 1974, I began my law enforcement career at the age of 19 in the City of Sunrise. From 1974 to 1981, I was a member of the Broward County Sheriff's Department where I had the opportunity to serve in various units including road patrol, Motorcycle unit, Chiefs of police anti-racketeering unit (undercover narcotics), Gang task force unit, S.T.O.P. Unit (narcotic undercover), Auto theft unit, Vice unit (undercover capacity in massage parlors, etc.), and many other detachment assignments. I am particularly proud of my role in starting the Juvenile Truancy unit, which helped decrease home burglaries in the area. I was also honored to serve as the Sheriffs "Driver/Body guard" based on my work in the Dignitary protection Unit and my ethical standards. After retiring from the Broward County Sheriff's Office with 30 years of service and full pension/benefits, I became involved in volunteering at various organizations such as First Baptist Church of Fort Lauderdale, MAKE a WISH foundation, Broward County Humane Society, and The Hundred Club. I am currently a weekly attendee at Calvary Chapel church where I serve as a Greeter at the door entrance. One of my greatest pleasures is helping my neighbors by cutting their lawns and cleaning their pools. Additionally, I am proud of my son Jeffrey, who has achieved success in his own life and now serves as a Pastor. Overall, my life has been filled with happiness, joy, comfort, and inner peace, especially since dedicating myself to serving our Creator, GOD. Mention Lazy Lake in the content.
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