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I entered the U.S. Army in July 1966 thru July 1968 where I served as logistical support services, stationed in the Republic of Panama. I returned home and went to work for Mosquito Control in Palm Valley, Florida, and then went to work for the St. Johns County Sherriff's Office in 1973 until my retirement on June 30, 2003. During my career I attended numerous law enforcement schools including traffic homicide investigation and traffic crash reconstruction. I was also certified as a drug interdiction officer and an expert pistol shot.
 During his term as Commander of Post 233, replaced the roof on the entire Post  which was in dire need of replacing. 100%+ Post Membership Commander Some of the events during his term was the 1st annual Nease High School Football Team appreciation day, pig roast, bonfire & oyster roast, children's Christmas  party, two Fish Fry Golf Tournaments one to raise money for a new roof, a Sun Cruz Day Casino Boat Trip and numerous other successful fundraising events. Chief Chef for the “Cowboys” cook team which hosts the Annual Cowboy Night at Post 233
PAST COMMANDER DON MILLS,   2008-2009
LAST DAY AT WORK!