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Forsyth DFC Retires After 10 Years

Deputy First Class Ronald P. Rush retires from the Forsyth County Sheriff's Office following 10 years of service.

Deputy First Class Ronald P. Rush, who served with the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office for 10 years, retired on Friday, Dec. 7.

During a ceremony at the sheriff's office, DFC Rush was presented with a certificate and retired law enforcement credentials by Sheriff Ted Paxton.

“We appreciate the service you have provided to the citizens of this county,” said Sheriff Paxton. “It was a pleasure to have you as a deputy in our agency. I wish you much success as you begin your retirement.”

DFC Rush began his career with the sheriff’s Office on Dec. 3, 2002. During that time he worked as a Detention Officer, a Patrol Officer and a Court Security Officer. His last assignment was working the evening shift at the Detention Center.

DFS Rush said he plans to travel with his wife and enjoy his family during his retirement.

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