Thursday, October 04, 2012

Rick Waldron Retires From Sheriff's Office

Waldron Served 19 Years In Hendry County

LABELLE, FL. -- Hendry County Sheriff Steve Whidden along with Hendry County Sheriff's Office employees recognized Investigator Richard (Rick) A. Waldron during his retirement luncheon, Friday, September 14, 2012.

Investigator Waldron retired on September 14, 2012 after 19 years of service to the citizens of Hendry County. Waldron began his career in August 1989 as a Correctional Officer at Desoto Corrections Institute. He and his family moved to LaBelle where he was employed by the Hendry County Sheriff’s Office as a Correctional Officer. 

In November 1994 Waldron transferred from the Hendry County Jail into the Road Patrol Division as a Road Patrol Deputy. Over the past 19 years Rick has worked in many different areas within the Hendry County Sheriff’s Office working his way through the ranks to Lieutenant overseeing the operations of the Road Patrol Division from 2005 – 2008. 

In January 2009, Waldron transferred to the Criminal Investigations Division as an Investigator in Clewiston where he has worked and served the citizens until his retirement. 

Rick Waldron’s excellent career with the Hendry County Sheriff’s Office is documented by the many letters of appreciation and commendation, each one expressing his continued commitment to the Office of the Sheriff and the citizens of Hendry County. 

At Rick's request, Sheriff Whidden is pleased to say that, Rick will continue to serve Hendry County as a Reserve Detective.

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