Monday, April 26, 2004
K. D. LANE RECOGNIZED BY THE OLDHAM COUNTY POLICE
UPON HIS RETIREMENT FROM THE FBI
K. D. Lane, a resident of Oldham County, has been recognized by the Oldham County Police on the occasion of his retirement from the FBI. Lane, a Special Agent with the Bureau for 20 years, was honored at a retirement luncheon at the Holiday Inn in downtown Louisville. His peers and representatives of various agencies with whom Lane worked gathered on 4/2/04, to bid him farewell and a happy retirement.
The Oldham County Police were represented by Chief Michael Griffin, Lt. Tim Wakefield and Lt. Billy Way, at which time Mr. Lane was presented with a collector’s knife plaque bearing the Oldham County Police Patch and inscribed plate.
“K. D. Lane provided our department with his training expertise and resources which have resulted in our ability to revitalize our Special Response Team,” Chief Griffin remarked at the retirement ceremony. “We are now in the position to respond to crisis situations within our county where a special response is mandated. K. D. Lane was instrumental in helping us get to that state of readiness and we wanted him to know how much this department and the citizens of Oldham County appreciated his contributions,” Chief Griffin added.
Beginning in 1975, K. D. Lane was a trooper with the Kentucky State Police prior to joining the ranks of the FBI in 1983. He lives in Crestwood, Kentucky, with his family and will work as a consultant for U. S. Helicopters, located in Charlotte, N. C. and for WAVE-TV 3 in their traffic helicopter.
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