The Dalton Police Department bid a fond farewell on Thursday to Troyce Nash, who will retire on Friday after nearly 20 years of service to the agency. Thursday afternoon, the agency held a reception in her honor at the Police Services Center.
Before the reception, Chief Jason Parker thanked Nash for her years of service to the agency in a brief ceremony that included the presentation of a retirement gift. Afterwards, guests including current and retired DPD officers and members of Nash’s family were served cake and refreshments in the main hall of the department.
Troyce Nash joined the Dalton Police Department as a civilian employee in January 1996. She was assigned as the agency’s purchasing agent in 2001 and in April 2008 she was promoted to the position of records department supervisor.
Below: Chief Parker puts an arm around Troyce Nash during a ceremony honoring her retirement; the agency held a reception in her honor Thursday (click thumbnails to see a larger version)