Greenwood, SC - State Rep. John McCravy thanked 2 SCDNR officers and 3 SCDNR deputies for their decades of service on Wednesday.
South Carolina Department of Natural Resources is a state law enforcement agency focused on preserving South Carolina’s natural resources. Rep. McCravy met the SCDNR officers at the Lake Greenwood DNR cabin, where he awarded these officers with certificates of commendation from the SC House of Representatives:
- First Sergeant Kristie Lumley has 25 years of law enforcement experience in the SCDNR. Rep. McCravy congratulated her on her imminent retirement after a decorated career.
- Sergeant John Travis Dudley has 24 years of law enforcement experience, including 18 with the SCDNR and 6 with the Ninety Six Police Department.
Rep. McCravy also recognized these 3 deputies, who have volunteered with the SCDNR for decades without pay.
- Deputy Terry LeCroy has served in the SCDNR for 40 years and is a member of the DNR Law Enforcement Advisory Board.
- Deputy Duke Burnett has 32 years of service to SCDNR.
- Deputy Jimmy Rearden has been serving in the SCDNR for 30 years
“The DNR is so important to preserving nature and protecting sportsmen,” Rep. McCravy said later, “and these officers have given their careers to protecting South Carolina’s natural beauty and keeping us safe. They deserve our thanks.”
Special thanks to First Sgt. Lumley and Sgt. Dudley for organizing the recognition.