Williamston Police Captain Kevin Marsee named FOP Officer of the Year

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Officer of the Year

Williamston Police Captain Kevin Marsee has been named Officer of the Year for 2020 by the Fraternal Order Of Police Lodge 10. Captain Marsee was presented the award by Anderson University School of Public Service and Administration professor George Duckworth in a special presentation Monday at the Williamston Municipal Center. Pictured are (l-r) Williamston Police Chief Tony Taylor, Mayor Rockey Burgess, Anderson County Coroner Greg Shore, Captain Kevin Marsee, AU Professor George Duckworth, FOP president Bob Ayers and Chuck Williamson Dean of the Anderson University School of Public Service and Administration.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Captain Marsee was presented the award by Anderson University School of Public Service and Administration Professor George Duckworth.

Williamston Police Captain Kevin Marsee named FOP Officer of the Year

Williamston Police Captain Kevin Marsee has been named Officer of the Year for 2020 by the Fraternal Order Of Police Lodge 10. Captain Marsee was presented the award by George Duckworth in a special presentation Monday at the Williamston Municipal Center.
Anderson County Coroner Greg Shore said he watched Captain Marsee “make a difference in Anderson County and his career in public service.” Shore said Marsee is involved in training other officers and has been a mentor to many.
Williamston Police Chief Tony Taylor said his department is blessed to have him and that he brought knowledge and dedication to his job. “It is a privilege and an honor to have him.”

 

“We were finally able to make the presentation for Lodge 10’s Officer of the Year for 2020,” said Bob Ayers, President of the local FOP. We congratulate Brother Kevin Marsee on receiving the award.”
Ayers said he knew Marsee when they worked with the Anderson Police Department and that Marsee had been a member of the FOP for 35 years, helping on committees and being a founding member of the FOP honor guard.
“He is an ambassador for the FOP,” he said.
Williamston Mayor Rockey Burgess said Captain Marsee brought a lot of experience to a good team. “I am glad we have you here,” he said.

Ayers gave a special thanks to Shore for his sponsorship of the award, Chief Tony Taylor for arranging the surprise presentation and George Ducworth for making the presentation. “Kevin has been a valued member of our lodge for over 35 years, has served on numerous committees, helped start the Honor Guard and served on it for over 9 years, has served as a delegate to the FOP National Convention and has been our keynote speaker for our annual memorial service. Kevin is a great ambassador for the FOP, both locally and as he travels the United States as a law enforcement instructor. Congratulations to Kevin Marsee, FOP Lodge 10, Officer of the Year.”