Happy 50th, Sgt. Croy


Highland County Sheriff’s Sgt. Dan Croy celebrated his 50th birthday Thursday, and his fellow deputies and staff at the sheriff’s office didn’t let him escape the day unnoticed. “I love the people I work with, but I can’t trust them,” said Croy, who served several years as a detective before returning to road patrol. “I tell my wife that every day I wake up and put two feet on the floor, I thank God I’m alive. Life is good.” Sheriff Donnie Barrera joked, “He’s pretty over the hill. I told him he was catching up with us.” But Barrera added, “He’s a great employee, even at 50.”


Highland County Sheriff’s Sgt. Dan Croy celebrated his 50th birthday Thursday, and his fellow deputies and staff at the sheriff’s office didn’t let him escape the day unnoticed. “I love the people I work with, but I can’t trust them,” said Croy, who served several years as a detective before returning to road patrol. “I tell my wife that every day I wake up and put two feet on the floor, I thank God I’m alive. Life is good.” Sheriff Donnie Barrera joked, “He’s pretty over the hill. I told him he was catching up with us.” But Barrera added, “He’s a great employee, even at 50.”

Highland County Sheriff’s Sgt. Dan Croy celebrated his 50th birthday Thursday, and his fellow deputies and staff at the sheriff’s office didn’t let him escape the day unnoticed. “I love the people I work with, but I can’t trust them,” said Croy, who served several years as a detective before returning to road patrol. “I tell my wife that every day I wake up and put two feet on the floor, I thank God I’m alive. Life is good.” Sheriff Donnie Barrera joked, “He’s pretty over the hill. I told him he was catching up with us.” But Barrera added, “He’s a great employee, even at 50.”
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/33/2017/04/web1_Croy-birthday.jpgHighland County Sheriff’s Sgt. Dan Croy celebrated his 50th birthday Thursday, and his fellow deputies and staff at the sheriff’s office didn’t let him escape the day unnoticed. “I love the people I work with, but I can’t trust them,” said Croy, who served several years as a detective before returning to road patrol. “I tell my wife that every day I wake up and put two feet on the floor, I thank God I’m alive. Life is good.” Sheriff Donnie Barrera joked, “He’s pretty over the hill. I told him he was catching up with us.” But Barrera added, “He’s a great employee, even at 50.”