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Geauga County Sheriff's Office Creates Fleet Manager Position

May 24, 2005

CHARDON, OHIO – Gerald R. Farrow has been promoted to the recently created position of fleet manager for the Geauga County Sheriff's Office in Chardon, Ohio. Prior to his promotion, Farrow was working as a special services deputy assigned exclusively to fleet services. He served in that capacity for nine years. The fleet services department provides in-house maintenance for 80 Sheriff's vehicles, and 55 vehicles for other departments and agencies. John H. Croop has been hired by the Geauga County Sheriff's Office as mechanic/assistant fleet manager. Croop comes to the Sheriff’s Office from the Ravenna, Ohio City Police Department where he was a patrolman for 21 years and was assigned the additional detail as fleet manager for 10 of those years.
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