Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Estes Honored for Thirty Years of Service

At Tuesday night's Board of Aldermen's meeting, the city approved a resolution honoring Lawrence Estes for thirty years of service with the Louisville Police Department. Estes retired on June 30th as the Assistant Chief, a capacity in which he has served since 2004.

A graduate of Camille High School,Chief Estes has served in various roles with the Department since he joined the Force in 1979 after completing a Professional Football career with the New Orleans Saints, Philadelphia Eagles, the Birmingham Americans of the WFL and the Kansas City Chiefs.

The City's Resolution states that Estes "has dedicated his life to service of others through his active roles in his church, Maple Springs Methodist, and many civic endeavors, to include mentoring and coaching young men on and off the field of football and life."

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