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Border County Sheriff
Brad Coe 


September Luncheon & Networking Event featuring

Border County Sheriff

Brad Coe & Roy Boyd

September 07, 11:00 AM

San Antonio Petroleum Club

Sheriff Brad Coe's journey of service began in the heart of Del Rio, Texas, where he spent his formative years and developed a deep connection with the southern border region. In 1962, he established his roots along the border and has since remained committed to safeguarding the community he calls home.

His distinguished career commenced with a four-year stint in the United States Air Force, where he served as a Security Police Officer with the esteemed 49th Security Police Squadron from 1980 to 1984. Following his military service, he transitioned to law enforcement and joined the Kingsville Police Department, dedicating himself to maintaining public safety for the citizens of Kingsville.

In 1985, Sheriff Coe embarked on a remarkable 30-year journey with the U.S. Border Patrol, stationed in Bracketville, Texas. During his tenure, he demonstrated exceptional versatility, holding various pivotal roles. He was a proud member of the Special Response Team (SRT), contributed as an Intel agent, and showcased his expertise as a prosecution agent. Additionally, Sheriff Coe excelled as a canine coordinator, instructor, and handler, further enhancing the effectiveness of the Border Patrol's operations. Throughout his career, he also took on numerous supervisory positions, leaving an indelible mark on the agency's success.

Sheriff Coe's commitment to service extended beyond his professional duties. In the wake of the tragic events on 9/11, he was called upon to deploy to Houston George Bush International Airport for 45 days, demonstrating his unwavering dedication to protecting the nation in times of crisis.

In 2016, recognizing his passion for community welfare and outstanding leadership skills, Sheriff Coe was elected as the Kinney County Sheriff. His profound sense of responsibility and commitment to making a positive difference in the lives of Kinney County residents led to his re-election for a second term.

Notably, Sheriff Coe's devotion to serving the community has taken many forms. For the past 12 years, he has been actively involved as a Little League Coach and President, instilling essential values and fostering the growth of young athletes. His dedication to education is evident through his eight-year tenure on the Bracketville school board, contributing to the betterment of educational opportunities for local students.

As a testament to his agricultural roots and love for the community, Sheriff Coe has served on the Kinney County Stock Show Board for an impressive 20 years, supporting the region's agricultural heritage. Furthermore, for the last nine years, he has dedicated himself to inspiring young minds by reading to elementary kids on a weekly basis, leaving an indelible impact on their lives.

Sheriff Brad Coe's life story is one of unwavering service, leadership, and a deep sense of responsibility towards his community and nation. His passion for making a difference in the lives of others and ensuring the safety and well-being of his fellow citizens continues to drive him forward, leaving a lasting legacy for generations to come.

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