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Chief Todd Stancil officially retires from Yelm P.D.

Chief Todd Stancil, third from right.
Credit: City of Yelm

Police Chief Todd Stancil’s last day was June 27th

From Mayor Joe DePinto:

Thank you Police Chief Todd Stancil for giving 27 years of service to the City of Yelm.

There was a wonderful potluck retirement party at City Hall earlier today for Chief Stancil where he shared his last call to dispatch with family, friends, and colleagues.

We are fortunate for his impact on our community and I’m thankful for his time as Chief as well as Interim City Administrator.

  • Editor’s note: Congratulations and a sincere “thank you” for your service to our community, Chief Stancil. Your integrity, professional stature, and respect for all constituents set your apart. We have been enriched by someone of your caliber in this city’s leadership during tumultuous times. Wishing you well in your future endeavors. – Steve Klein, Blog Host
Chief Todd Stancil, June 27, 2022.
Click here for the video of his last call to dispatch

+ NVN: Chief of Police Todd Stancil Retires, Reflects on 28-Year Tenure in Yelm

Posted by Steve on June 29, 2022 at 12:31 am | Permalink

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