There is never enough time in a day to do all that needs done, to think about all that needs pondered, or to spend on the ones we love. Don’t waste time on what could have been. Have the courage to express your love, the commitment to make a change, and the strength to stay positive. I hope each one of you have a wonderful Wednesday! Michele Bell, PIO
We’d like you to meet OCSO’s newest friend, Johnny Immerfall. Johnny is affected by a condition known as Alopecia. Johnny attended the touch a truck event last weekend with his mother, Steffanie and set up a lemonade stand. He plans on using the money he made, to purchase books for all of our schools so that other children are educated about Alopecia and the cause of it. K9 Deputy Brian Cross, K9 Cpl. Kristin Gray and Community Relations Deputy Jack Nash (not pictured) donate
Motor Deputy Adrian Rogers, K9 Deputy Brian Cross, K9 Corporal Kristin Gray and Deputy Sheriff Tim Miller who helped kids understand their duties, sit in their vehicles, play with their sirens and have fun with a K9 demo.
Deputies from the Okeechobee County Sheriff’s Office participated in touch a truck at the Agri-Civic Center on Saturday. Children and their families were able to come out and view demonstrations, ask questions and touch vehicles from all sorts of businesses who service Okeechobee County. 1) K9 D/S Brian Cross and K9 Magnum 2) D/S Cpl. Kristin Gray and K9 D/S Brian Cross 3) Motor Deputy Adrian Rogers, K9 Deputy Brian Cross, K9 Corporal Kristin Gray and Deputy Sheriff Tim Mille
OCSO Retired Captain James "Wayne" Terry
June 21, 1953 - November 5, 2017
The family will receive friends 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, November 8, 2017 at Buxton & Bass Okeechobee Funeral Home. NOTATION: Use building entrance on N.W. 5 Street.
Michele Bell, PIO
It is with the saddest regret that we announce the death of OCSO Retired Captain Wayne Terry. Wayne was also a Marine Veteran and the devoted husband of OCSO Deputy Debbie Terry. Our thoughts and prayers are with Debbie and family. Those of us who have been fortunate enough to know and work with Wayne have lost a dear friend. Funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date. Michele Bell, PIO