By Bob Weaver

Ronald Gene Bandy, Jr. was on the job yesterday, a newly hired deputy for the Calhoun Sheriff's Department. "I am looking forward to doing this job," he told The Herald yesterday. Sheriff Allen Parsons said "He has a good track record and will be a real asset to our department."

Deputy Ron Bandy

Sheriff Parsons said a major part of Bandy's assignment will be to cover southern Calhoun County. Parson's has a satellite office at the Minnora Center.

The thirty-year-old Bandy is a graduate of the West Virginia State Police Academy and has worked for departments in Summersville, Clendenin and North Carolina. He is a veteran of the U. S. Army.

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