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Henry retires from state police after nearly 33 years of service

August 12, 2013
  • William "Bill" Henry, center, retired from the Maryland State Police after nearly 33 years of service. He is pictured with Assistant Commander Kevin Lewis, left, and Barrack Commander Michael Fluharty.
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On Aug. 7, active and retired members of the Maryland State Police honored William "Bill" Henry for his nearly 33 years of service to the citizens of Maryland at a retirement celebration.

Henry spent the majority of his career as a dispatcher at the Hagerstown barrack after being transferred from the College Park, Md., barrack early in his career.

Henry was honored as a dedicated employee who always went above and beyond his job description.

He had many achievements and received awards while dispatching. Some of his many accomplishments include being the key person in locating an endangered and missing juvenile, and uncovering numerous wanted persons.

His experience and dedication to the citizens of Washington County will be missed as he retires.



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