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Sheriff Boswell appointed to Alabama Historical Commission

Press Release

MONTGOMERY, AL- Russell County Sheriff Tommy Boswell has been appointed to the Alabama Historical Commission. 

A lifelong resident of Russell County, Mr. Boswell has served as sheriff of the county since 1989, and has over 30 years of experience in law enforcement.  He is a graduate of the FBI Academy in Quanitco, Virginia, and holds both undergraduate and graduate degrees from Auburn University.  He has taught history in the Phenix City School System, and at Troy University. He is active in the Phenix City Russell County Chamber of Commerce, the Phenix City Boys Club, and the Phenix City Exchange Club.

Boswell replaces Becky Fendley and was appointed by the Historic Chattahoochee Commission. 

According to Executive Director Frank White, "I am grateful  for the dedication and expertise  Commissioner Fendley shared with us during her service.  We look forward to working with Commissioner Boswell.  He is an excellent addition to the commission."

To protect, preserve, and interpret Alabama's historic places is the mission of the Alabama Historical Commission, the State Historic Preservation Office.

Source: Alabama Historical Commission

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