Greene County News
XENIA — Following 30 years with Greene County, Greene County Parks & Trails (GCP&T) Ranger Sgt. Bill Nickell was honored last week at a retirement reception hosted by the park agency within the Greene County Media Room.
GCP&T coworkers and volunteers, as well as Greene County employees, past GCP&T coworkers, friends and family attended the reception, which featured a presentation by the Greene County Board of County Commissioners.
Nickell was presented with a proclamation, lighted Greene County court house and gifts from his GCP&T coworkers.
Nickell, an avid outdoorsman, plans on spending more time with his family, taking trips to his cabin in southern Ohio and attending local auctions.
A county proclamation was presented to retiring GCP&T Ranger Sgt. Bill Nickell. From left to right are Greene County Commissioner Tom Koogler, Greene County Commissioner Bob Glaser, Nickell, and Greene County Commissioner Alan Anderson.
Retiring GCP&T Ranger Sgt. Bill Nickell, far left, is presented a shadow box with his side arm, badge and other law enforcement mementos by GCP&T Chief Ranger Chuck Frazier and his fellow rangers.