US Marshal Retires After Four Decades Of Service

John Gibbons- the first black US Marshal from Massachusetts is retiring after 42 years in criminal justice.

He was a former state trooper who was nominated to the post by Barack Obama.

He was a graduate of AIC and says he plans to pursue a role in the public sector.

Gibbons was a State Trooper for part of his career.

John always answered the call of duty and kept our communities safe. I was especially pleased when President Obama appointed him United States Marshal for Massachusetts where he continued his outstanding record of public service.

The Commonwealth owes John a debt of gratitude for his kindness, professionalism, and commitment to its citizens. After a remarkable 42-year career, he deserves nothing but the very best in his retirement,” said Congressman Richard E. Neal.

(Photo Credit: John Baibak, WHYN News)

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