Former Dubois County Sheriff Recognized by Department

Former sheriff Terry Tanner receives a formal retired identification from the Dubois County Sheriff's Office on Friday

Former Dubois County Sheriff Terry Tanner was recognized by the Dubois County Sheriff's Office on Friday.

Posted: Jun 11, 2021 2:50 PM

The Dubois County Sheriff's Office on Friday recognized retired sheriff Terry Tanner.

According to DCSO, Tanner received a formal retired identification on Friday.

Formal retired identification received by Tanner Friday

Tanner began his career with the Dubois County Sheriff's Department in April of 1975. 

During his career, Tanner served as Chief Deputy for 12 years before being elected Sheriff for his first term in 1991.

Tanner held a total of three terms as sheriff of Dubois County before retiring in March of 2011.

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