28 receive awards for service longevity

Twenty eight officers from the Prison, Fire and Police services were recipients of long-term medals at Government House Thursday.

At the brief ceremony held on the lawn of the Governor’s home, recipients received their medals from the Governor, Mr. Bruce Dinwiddy, in front of invited guest.

Announcing the arrival of the Governor, who proceeded to inspect the Guard of Honour and give the Royal Salute, was Chef Secretary George McCathy

The Colonial Police Long Service 30-year Clasp went to Inspector Derrick George Elliott and Chief Superintendent Derek William Haines, CPM.

Deputy Commissioner Rudolph Lenberg Dixon, CPM, Chief Superintendent Derek William Haines CPM and Sergeant Alden Welcome received the 25-year Clasp.

Receiving 18 year medals were: Constable Paul Anglin, Sergeant Durk Marlon Banks, Senior constable Gregory Floyd Banks, Sergeant Clell Bradlee Ebanks, Sergeant John Kim Evans, Colonel Phillip Hyre, Inspector Daniel David Lee, Senior Constable Zoan Marin, Sergeant Wendy Orsina Parchment, Senior Constable Wayne McKernel Powell, Senior Constable Javin Jacob Powery, Sergeant Colin Fitzgerald Redden, and Inspector Kurt Griffin Walton.

The Colonial Prison Long Service 18-year medal was awarded to Lead Officer Trevor Thomas Anthony James.

The Colonial Fire Brigadiers Long Service 30 clasp went to Deputy Chief Fire Officer Roy Alfonso Grant.

Twenty-five-year clasps went to: Station Officer Harvey Bertic Chisholm, Station Officer Milford McCoy, Station Officer Craig Samson McCoy, and Divisional Officer Rosworth McLaughlin.

Eighteen-year medals were awarded to Sub Officer Carl Jonathon Christian, Sub Officer Frank Sean Martinez, Leading Fireman Curtis Atwood Solomon and Sub Officer Thomas Whorms.

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