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Wilson Retires After 31 Years

By NCBI
Oct 31, 2011

After 31 years of public service, Sgt. Brad Wilson will be retiring from the Okanogan County Sheriff's Office today.

Wilson started his career with the Sheriff's Office on August 18, 1980 as a Field Deputy. He was one of 11 deputies that Okanogan County had at the time. Wilson was promoted to Sergeant, Chief Criminal Deputy and also served as Undersheriff under then Sheriff Mike Murray. For the last nine years Wilson has served as the North Central Washington Task Force Commander.

Sheriff Frank Rogers said, "There is no way I could list all of Wilson's many successes and accomplishments in this 31 year career." He said, "Brad's contributions and knowledge will be deeply missed by all of us at the Sheriff's Office and the law enforcement community as a whole." The Sheriff added, "Wilson has not only earned the respect and admiration from the men and women he worked with but also from other agencies and the public that he has served."

Rogers said, "We wish Wilson the best of luck in his retirement which he deserves after 31 years of public service. He is going to be truly missed by all of us."



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