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Jim Carbino Retires

by Bill Tobin
March 17, 2013

Auxiliary policeman Jim Carbino retires after serrving Holliston for 12 years.

Jim Carbino who has served the Auxiliary Police for 12 years was honored and recognized at the March 13th Auxiliary training meeting.

Sgt. Craig Denman, Director of the Auxiliary Police presented Jim with a plaque acknowedging his 12 years of dedicated service to the town. He has received the Auxiliary Police Achievment Award several times for the most hours served and was always willing to help out and extend a hand when needed. He was a proud member of the Auxiliary Police.

In addition to the plaque, Sgt. Denman presented him with a retired badge and identification as a retired officer.

Holliston Police Chief John Moore presented a citation to Carbino for his years of service and commended him for developing strong relationships with the auxiliary and regular officers, and acknowleged the unit as a whole for the valuable work they perform.

Auxiliary Captain Ed Loftus complimented Jim on his many attributes. Retiree Jim thanked all for the kind words extended to him and stated that he was equally proud to have served in two great organizations, the United States Army and the Holliston Auxiliary Police.

The Carbino family, including granddaughter Arianna were present to share the evening with Jim.

Fellow Auxiliary officers above now have the challenge to fill Jim's shoes. We wish Jim the best in his retirement.  The whole town thanks him for his service.

 

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Comments (3)

Jim: The best of everything to you. Time to move onto something new. Our Town was fortunate for your services. Go Village.

- Sykneylvia Stic | 3/17/13 11:24 AM

Congratulations Jim. More time to give to the Legion and coffee at Coffee Haven.

- Walter McGrath | 3/17/13 6:01 AM

Good man, hard shoes to fill. Happy retirement Jim, I know you won't spend it in front of the boob tube, your too active a guy for that.

- Snowy | 3/16/13 12:30 PM

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