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Bristol County Sheriff’s Office Maj. Michael Pires retires after 32-years of service

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“After 32 years at the Bristol County Sheriff’s Office, Maj. Michael Pires walked out the door for the final time on Thursday afternoon.

He was greeted by fellow officers, staff members, and family on his way into retirement. “After thirty-two years of meeting new people, I have made many lifelong friends and it all has been worth the time and effort,”

Maj. Pires wrote to the entire staff in a farewell email on Thursday. “I hope that the future shines as bright for all of you.”

Congratulations and good luck in retirement Mike, we’ll miss you!”-Bristol County Sheriff’s Office.

About Michael Silvia

Served 20 years in the United States Air Force. Owner of New Bedford Guide.

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