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Graves Retiring As White County Sheriff

On November 30, 2022, I will be retiring as the White County Sheriff. The past 32 years I have served the White County Sheriff’s Department in a few capacities.

I started my career in 1991 as a Corrections Officer, later advancing to Deputy Sheriff, then Sheriff’s Sergeant. In March 2021 Sheriff Doug Maier retired from the Whit County Sheriff’s Department. I would like to thank Sheriff Doug Maier, who trusted in me and recommended that I finish his four year term. For the past 18 months I have been serving s Sheriff of White County.

I am very proud of the White County Sheriff’s Department and all of my employees and past co-workers. All the employees work very hard day to day sacrificing time with their families working holidays, weekends, and nights.

I would like to thank the citizens of White County for their generosity to the White County Sheriff’s Department. The citizens of White County are always there to help if help is needed and I thank you for that.

I would like to thank my wife Amber and my daughter Alivia for standing beside me when I was working on weekends and working the night shift.

I hope to enjoy more time with my wife and daughter in retirement. I will continue to farm in my retirement.

Thank You,
Sheriff Randy Graves

 

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