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Long-tenured members of GPD recognized, honored

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - Members of the Guam Police Department were recognized this morning for retirement after decades of service. Among those honored today include Sergeant Peter Tydingco who served 21 years with the department, Sergeant Frank Corpuz who served 28 years, administrative secretary Gertrudes Champaco who served 29 years and Colonel Ricardo Leon Guerrero who served 36 years with the department. All four were presented with a certificate of retirement by Governor Eddie Calvo and legislative resolutions by Senator Tina Muna Barnes.

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