TIFFIN, OH — Thursday was the last day on the job for a Tiffin Police Department sergeant, and his colleagues sent him off with a farewell message over the radio.
Sgt. Bryan Bryant, 52, is retiring from his 32 year career with the Tiffin Police Department.
“Tiffin Police Department would like to thank you for your dedication and service to this community. After 32 years of law enforcement with the PD, we wish you all the best and hope you enjoy your retirement. You’ve earned it. Congratulations Sergeant, you’ll be missed,” a dispatcher said.
“Thank you. I want to thank my family and my co-workers, be safe,” Bryant said.
Bryant is 1984 Tiffin Columbian High School graduate who went into the U.S. Army two weeks after his 18th birthday.
Bryant got out of the Army in November 1987, took the Tiffin Police Department’s examination two days later and was hired about a month later.
Congratulations on your retirement, Sgt. Bryant!
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