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  • Terry Hestilow

    Strong Professional Security Leader and Manager-Ret. Army

    Terry M. Hestilow, Captain, United States Army, Retired
    5437 Lake Powell Drive, Fort Worth, Texas 76137
    985.788.4702 //


    Join a local Tarrant County, Texas security organization that will allow me to deliver the solid skills developed in years of military and law enforcement to secure client needs on a part-time basis while I pursue additional advanced educational studies at the University of Texas at Arlington.


    As a recently retired military officer, and deputy sheriff with the St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office in southeastern Louisiana, I represent a level of professional experience and capability that will give your organization a clear edge over your competition. With a record of service spanning thirty-eight years, including direct combat and law enforcement experience as a first line operative and an organizational leader-manager, I have the maturity and experience that will accomplish the mission without the slightest compromise of client customer interests.


    University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas, Bachelor's degree, 1983.
    Civil Affairs Qualification Course (Officers), US Army, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, 2006
    Correctional Officer Training Course, St. Tammany Parish Sheriff's Office, Louisiana, 2004
    Infantry Officer's Basic Course, US Army, Fort Benning, Georgia, 1983
    Airborne Qualification Course, US Army, Fort Benning, Georgia, 1983
    Military Police Qualification Course, US Army, Fort Gordon, Georgia, 1970

    Skills at a discount

    Because of financial resources unique to me as a retired soldier and special educational benefits authorized to me as a veteran of duty in connection with current Middle Eastern combat operations I represent a special value to your organization.


    Available on request.

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