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Thank you for the generous donation in memory of retired Sgt. Gene McLeod

The Sandy Springs Police Benevolent Fund was honored to receive a generous donation in memory of retired Sgt. Gene McLeod. Sergeant McLeod fought a courageous battle with cancer. Sgt. McLeod served his country in the U.S. Navy and was a member of the Dekalb Motor Brigade, Fulton County Sheriff’s Office, and retired with the Sandy…
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Thank You for the very generous gift from the #Rivergate-Community

We would like to share our gratitude for the very generous gift from the #Rivergate-Community, specifically the Rivergate Bookclub. Ann Bennett, Susan Rolih and Tom Koch (not shown) stopped by to meet with board members Mike Lindstrom and Micah Patrick. It’s always great to spend time with our community.  
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2019 – SSPBF Donates $10,000 to the Shepherd Center

SSPBF donates $10,000 to the Shepherd Center for all they do for the Law Enforcement community. We are grateful for the dedication of the entire staff. The Shepherd Center has healed officers from across the nation at their facility and we are proud to have them here.
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2018 – SSPBF Donates $10,000 to the Shepherd Center

Today, members of the Sandy Springs Police Benevolent fund presented a donation to the Shepherd Center in Atlanta. We are grateful for the dedication of the entire staff. The Shepherd Center has healed officers from across the nation at their facility and we are proud to have them here. Pictured are Mr. Jeff Holmes, Major…
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Our 6th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

Monday, the Sandy Springs Police Benevolent Fund held its 6th annual golf tournament at Cherokee Town and Country Club – CC. We have been so fortunate to have the support from our community but also from all facets of the Law Enforcement community. Shown here with SSPD Chief DeSimone are Brit Johnson (FBI), Carl Walker…
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Thank You to the Madison Siblings at Fast Signs

On this first day of spring, it’s only natural to think about the blooms popping up around town. We especially like the lawn ornaments in support of our Sandy Springs Police Department. What started with a single resident wanting to show support, has spread faster than this season’s pollen count. A special thank you to…
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