James O'Kelley

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James T. O'Kelley is a volunteer with the Albemarle County Sheriff's Department whose service was recognized in 2010 by the Daily Progress when they named him as one of their Distinguished Dozen. Kelley is a retired U.S. Marine Corps colonel who has averaged 630 hours a week working in the sheriff's reserve division. He worked as an engineer with the CIA, a computer systems analyst for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, a program and budget analyst and cartography branch supervisor for the U.S. Geological Service and emergency response coordinator between the USGS and the Department of Homeland Security. O'Kelley moved to Albemarle County with his wife in 2006. [1].

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  1. Web. A Distinguished Dozen: James O'Kelley, Bryan McKenzie, Daily Progress, Media General, December 30, 2010, retrieved December 2, 2020.

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