Two sheriff’s office retirees honored


Road patrol Sergeant Scott D. Stanfill, right foreground, is recognized as he retires from the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office following 24½ years as a full-time employee. He was part-time at the sheriff’s office prior to that. Clinton County Commissioners President Kerry R. Steed, left foreground, gave a few remarks as did Clinton County Sheriff Ralph D. Fizer Jr. before him.

Road patrol Sergeant Scott D. Stanfill, right foreground, is recognized as he retires from the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office following 24½ years as a full-time employee. He was part-time at the sheriff’s office prior to that. Clinton County Commissioners President Kerry R. Steed, left foreground, gave a few remarks as did Clinton County Sheriff Ralph D. Fizer Jr. before him.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Corrections Officer Carl Burden, left, is recognized as he retires from the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office following 15 years. His work with the sheriff’s office was a second career, having spent 32 years as a rural mail carrier. Decades ago, he was an auxiliary deputy at the sheriff’s office, he said.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Road patrol Sergeant Scott D. Stanfill, right foreground, is recognized as he retires from the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office following 24½ years as a full-time employee. He was part-time at the sheriff’s office prior to that. Clinton County Commissioners President Kerry R. Steed, left foreground, gave a few remarks as did Clinton County Sheriff Ralph D. Fizer Jr. before him.

Corrections Officer Carl Burden, left, is recognized as he retires from the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office following 15 years. His work with the sheriff’s office was a second career, having spent 32 years as a rural mail carrier. Decades ago, he was an auxiliary deputy at the sheriff’s office, he said.

Road patrol Sergeant Scott D. Stanfill, right foreground, is recognized as he retires from the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office following 24½ years as a full-time employee. He was part-time at the sheriff’s office prior to that. Clinton County Commissioners President Kerry R. Steed, left foreground, gave a few remarks as did Clinton County Sheriff Ralph D. Fizer Jr. before him.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/01/web1_scott_.jpgRoad patrol Sergeant Scott D. Stanfill, right foreground, is recognized as he retires from the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office following 24½ years as a full-time employee. He was part-time at the sheriff’s office prior to that. Clinton County Commissioners President Kerry R. Steed, left foreground, gave a few remarks as did Clinton County Sheriff Ralph D. Fizer Jr. before him. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

Corrections Officer Carl Burden, left, is recognized as he retires from the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office following 15 years. His work with the sheriff’s office was a second career, having spent 32 years as a rural mail carrier. Decades ago, he was an auxiliary deputy at the sheriff’s office, he said.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/01/web1_carl_.jpgCorrections Officer Carl Burden, left, is recognized as he retires from the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office following 15 years. His work with the sheriff’s office was a second career, having spent 32 years as a rural mail carrier. Decades ago, he was an auxiliary deputy at the sheriff’s office, he said. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

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