Lieutenant Mark Lillibridge shares some parting thoughts with the Intermountain community

Mark Lillibridge has been serving in the Shasta County Sherriff’s Department for 25 years. For the past three years he has been working at the Sherriff’s station in Burney working with community relations, and training and supervising officers in the field. At the end of November he will be retiring. In this video he shares some of his thoughts and perspective as he prepares for his retirement.

 

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2 responses to “Lieutenant Mark Lillibridge shares some parting thoughts with the Intermountain community

  1. Best of luck in everything, Officer Lillibridge. Your service has been honorable and I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for that

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  2. jill barnett

    Lieutenant Lillibridge has done the Sheriff dep’t proud. I have had the privilege of working with him on community projects. He is truly appreciative of the communities in Eastern Shasta County. His service will be missed and remembered. Thank you Mark!
    Jill Barnett

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