RPFAB bids farewell to stalwarts

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Three men who have served within the Royal Police Force of Antigua and Barbuda (RPFAB) for a combined 122 years of unbroken service to the nation, will retire this year.
A pre-retirement ceremony for Deputy Commissioner of Police Ivor David, Assistant Commissioner of Police McLean Hunte and Assistant Superintendent of Police Conrad Kellman was held at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium.
The trio was sent off by colleagues and family members. Commissioner of Police Wendel Robinson thanked the men for their loyalty, devotion and dedication to the organisation, and by extension the nation of Antigua & Barbuda.
Deputy Commissioner David who worked for 41 years, said “Knowledge, courage and integrity”, the three foundation pillars on which he built his career in the police force kept him going.
David, who will retire in September, encouraged his colleagues to increase their knowledge, garner courage to call wrong “wrong” and right “right” and to let integrity be their daily guide.
Assistant Commissioner Hunte spent 40 years in the force and will retire in November while Assistant Superintendent Kellman will retire in September after serving for 41 years.
Commissioner Robin-son and the entire rank and file of the RPFAB proudly saluted the work of these officers, and wished them well in their retirement.

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