Former biology professor retires from volunteering with sheriff's office
from Denton Record-Chronicle
After being involved in the Denton community since 1970, 81-year-old Lloyd Fitzpatrick retired Friday from his duties volunteering with the Denton County Sheriff's Office as commander of its Operations Support Unit. Fitzpatrick began teaching undergraduate and graduate students in biology at what was then North Texas State University in 1970, retired from UNT 44 years later. In 1990, the professor began volunteering with the sheriff's office. Almost three decades later, he has stepped down from his volunteer work.
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