Brevard County Deputy Sheriff Jim Troup Retires At Age 73, Served More Than 36 Years

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began his career with BCSO in 1982

Jim Troup began his career with the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office in 1982 and enjoyed numerous assignments throughout his career. (BCSO Image)

Editor’s Note: The following article is written by Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Yesterday afternoon, I was honored to present Brevard County Deputy Sheriff Jim Troup with his retirement credentials and firearm as he retired from our agency with a total of 36 years of service.

Jim began his career with our agency in 1982 and enjoyed numerous assignments throughout his career.

Even at the age of 73, Jim’s work ethic was second to none as he eagerly responded to call after call with energy and passion for his job.

Jim knows practically everyone in the South end of the county and is well respected by both citizens and the young men and women who work with him each and every day.

Throughout his career Jim could always be heard as he proudly told everyone that he loves his job, his agency, and his community.

He is an amazing Deputy Sheriff and friend who I could not be more proud of for his service to our country in the United States Armed Forces and in our community as a member of our team!

Please join me in wishing Jim well in the next chapter of his life and in thanking him for his many years of service and dedication to our community.

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