T.C. has always been a devoted family man. Jennell, Tyler, and Jacqueline are proud children of their hard-working father. Jennell has fond memories of living on Rt. 206. She has made lifelong friends from King George County and many of her extended family still reside in King George. Tyler and Jacqueline are graduates of the King George County School system and were actively involved in KG swimming, DECA, and Young Life. T.C. and his wife, Jennifer, are also invested members of LifePoint Church and have the unique opportunity to collaborate in aiding our county schools as Jennifer has been a teacher/admin for the entirety of their 26 years of marriage.
Often described as a “jack of all trades,” T.C. brings a wide range of experiences to the table. In his spare time, T.C. implemented his expertise in carpentry to complete woodworking side projects for friends, family and clients. His carpentry hobby led to many community connections and he was even recognized in the Free Lance-Star for his intricate work.
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Throughout Jennell, Tyler, and Jacqueline’s lifetime, T.C. worked his way up as a civil servant in law enforcement. Even before their time, T.C. began his career of service in the Virginia Army National Guard. After 12 faithful years of service, T.C. transitioned into a position as a correctional officer. Here he enhanced his leadership skills and gained experience to work as a sheriff deputy in Goochland County. Soon, life brought him to King George County and he earned a position as a Virginia State Trooper. As a Trooper, T.C. had a hand in numerous investigations and emergency incidents where he exercised his commitments to safety and justice.
After years of hard work, T.C. was promoted as a Special Agent within the Virginia State Police. As a Special Agent T.C. initially worked primarily with the criminal homicide unit. T.C., along with his teammates, brought justice to the Commonwealth of Virginia through a number of cases. Notably, T.C. assisted in the absolvement of many cold cases including the local Gaudenzi case. Over time T.C. received even more responsibility as a senior investigator by adding insurance fraud to his caseload.
Now T.C. has responded to his next call to service. With many roots and relationships in King George County, T.C. would be proud to serve as your next King George County Sheriff.
If you would like to get in touch with T.C. please feel free to give him a call or a text to set up a time to chat at (540)-226-4186.