Tony Zarbano

Tony Zarbano

 

Tony joined the navy in September of 45. He was first stationed in San Diego and served as a machinist mate then switched to a destroyer fleet. Served a total of 4 years and got out in 49. Tony left the navy in 49 then joined the army as an MP in 50 and was deployed to Korea. The ship he was being sent over on broke down and was rerouted to japan and was there till 53. He missed actual conflict because of boat disablement. In 1955 he became an LA county deputy sheriff then became a detective till 63 when he came to Oregon and was appointed chief of police for Coos Bay Oregon in 1963 for 7 years and in 1970 was elected sheriff of coos county. Went back to California and was commander of CAMP (Californians against Marijuana plants). Tony worked there for about 2 years then went back to work in the state office in Sacramento. Tony is the ultimate example of sacrifice and service and it was an honor to give him a flight. Tony makes his home in Roseburg, Oregon

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