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Sheriff Chronister will present each graduate with their badge and credentials today.
Mike Seggel is not average in any way, but he thinks he is. That is what is what makes him so special and HCSO so fortunate. Seggel is a former U.S. Army Infantryman turned 11-year New York Fire Department veteran that somehow still finds time to be an officer in the Florida National Guard. After tomorrow, you can add one more title to his "average" resume. HCSO Deputy Sheriff. Seggel is just one of 30 highly accomplished professionals who will graduate and take the oath this Friday to become the newest members of the HCSO family to wear
"Its incredible to see how accomplished each graduating class is," said Sheriff Chad Chronister. "The experience base that these new deputies bring is priceless to our mission of safety and security. We are extremely excited to see the impact these amazing men and women will have on our agency and in our community."
Sheriff Chronister will present each graduate with their badge and credentials at a ceremony that is open to the public and will take place at 10:00 a.m. May 18th at the Falkenburg Road Jail Assembly Room.