Sheriff Recognizes Recent and Upcoming JSO Retirees

October 10, 2012  
Sheriff Recognizes Recent and Upcoming JSO Retirees

JACKSONVILLE, FL (October 10, 2012) – Sheriff John H. Rutherford hosted the JSO’s semi-annual retirement ceremony on Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2012, where he honored 10 employees in attendance who have recently retired, or are scheduled to do so in the next few months.

Sheriff John Rutherford (l) presents a retirement coin to Corrections Lieutenant Marilyn Frison (r).

Of the attendees, six men and four women represent 290 years of police and corrections expertise and service to the community. During the ceremony, the Sheriff thanked them for their years of service and “returned them” to their families to enjoy the next phase of their lives.
 
JSO wishes the following retirees best of luck on the next phase of their life:
  • 12 Years of Service – Police Officer James Tannous
  • 14 Years of Service – Account Clerk Emma Barnard
  • 14 Years of Service – Correctional Services Counselor William Mitchell
  • 15 Years of Service – Corrections Officer Wallace Blanton
  • 16 Years of Service – Police Officer Robert Winslow
  • 19 Years of Service – Police Officer Samuel Owens
  • 20 Years of Service – Corrections Officer Kevin Ashe
  • 20 Years of Service – Detective Kenneth Anderson
  • 21 Years of Service – Corrections Officer Stephen Page
  • 21 Years of Service – Police Officer Sebrena Delong
  • 22 Years of Service – Corrections Officer James Emanuel
  • 22 Years of Service – Corrections Officer Dennis Newsome
  • 22 Years of Service – Corrections Officer Millie Peacock
  • 22 Years of Service – Police Officer Robert J. Handres
  • 23 Years of Service – Corrections Officer Wanda Pekks
  • 23 Years of Service – Police Officer Gregory Grant
  • 23 Years of Service – Police Officer Al Hooker
  • 23 Years of Service – Police Officer Gary Oliveras
  • 24 Years of Service – Corrections Officer Artis Fegins
  • 24 Years of Service – Detective Isaac Brown
  • 24 Years of Service – Detective Kevin Carver
  • 24 Years of Service – Police Officer Theodore Jackson
  • 24 Years of Service – Police Officer John Thompson
  • 25 Years of Service – Police Officer Tracy Boyer
  • 25 Years of Service – Police Officer Samuel Jackson
  • 25 Years of Service – Police Officer Harold Lee Peacock, Jr.
  • 26 Years of Service – Police Officer Henry Richardson
  • 27 Years of Service – Police Officer Don Chin
  • 27 Years of Service – Detective Olivia Harris
  • 28 Years of Service – Police Emergency Communications Officer Shelia Bailey
  • 28 Years of Service – Police Officer Aubrey Lewis
  • 30 Years of Service – Police Services Technician II Deana Pace
  • 30 Years of Service – Corrections Sergeant Keith Knight
  • 30 Years of Service – Corrections Sergeant William Messick
  • 30 Years of Service – Police Sergeant Tim Reddish
  • 31 Years of Service – Police Officer Solomon Sheffield
  • 31 Years of Service – Corrections Sergeant Susan Collins
  • 32 Years of Service – Fingerprint Technician Janice Hodge
  • 32 Years of Service – Police Emergency Communications Officer Janet Brown
  • 32 Years of Service – Corrections Officer Dexter Turner
  • 32 Years of Service – Corrections Sergeant Jerry Kirkpatrick
  • 32 Years of Service – Corrections Sergeant Velinda Owens
  • 33 Years of Service – Police Officer Steven Carver
  • 33 Years of Service – Corrections Sergeant Lewis Homme
  • 33 Years of Service – Corrections Lieutenant Thomas Acosta
  • 33 Years of Service – Corrections Lieutenant Marilyn Frison
  • 33 Years of Service – Corrections Lieutenant Clyde Potter
  • 35 Years of Service – Corrections Officer Charlie Foreman
  • 35 Years of Service – Detective Frank Lockley
 
The mission of the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office is to protect the lives and property of the citizens of this community, to preserve the peace and to prevent crime and disorder while constantly guarding personal liberties as prescribed by law.
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