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Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Police Sergeant Retires After 32 Years

Shelburne | by Jill Young  
Sergeant David Kerr retired June 30th after over 32 years with the Shelburne Police Service.

Shelburne Police bid farewell to a longtime sergeant who has retired.

Sergeant David Kerr marked his almost 33 years in policing by hanging up his hat on June 30th.

Last week Kerr was honoured by the Shelburne Police Service coworkers, friends and family -- with a retirement party.

He was recognized for having spent his entire policing career in Shelburne, and serving his community with courage, respect and trustworthiness.

Former Mayor Ed Crewson and the current Mayor Ken Bennington were on hand for the event.

Kerr was awarded three medals during his career, including the 20 and 30 year Exemplary Service Medals.

He won the Ontario Medal for Police Bravery after he rescued a senior from a house fire in Shelburne in 2006.



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