Sublette County Officer Retires after 20 Years of Wyoming Service

Sublette County Officer Retires after 20 Years of Wyoming Service

PINEDALE — Sublette County Patrol Sergeant Jack Killey has retired after 20 years of serving Wyoming.

Sgt. Jack Killey began his career in public service in 1979 where he was a paramedic in Denver. He later moved to the Casper area and was a life flight medic until 2001. From 1985 to 1990 he was a public safety officer, fire fighter, and EMT in the Casper area. In 2001, Jack began working for Casper Police Department and left there in 2007 to work with the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation where he was later stationed in Pinedale. He then worked with the drug task force and DCI field office in Pinedale until 2016. Jack has served with our office since that time, promoting to shift Sergeant in 2018.

During his tenure in Sublette County, Sgt. Killey was a well-respected and knowledgeable member of our team. He was dubbed by the Sheriff as “The most interesting man in the world” – for good reason. Jack brought years of expertise in public service, medical knowledge, and law enforcement discipline to our office and everyone who had the chance to work with Jack, benefited from his experience, guidance, and leadership.

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We would like to share with our community in congratulating and celebrating Jack on his retirement as his daughter had the privilege of calling him off duty on his final shift, New Year’s Eve.

We want to express our deepest gratitude to Jack for his commitment to this office and the sacrifice he has made to our Country, the State of Wyoming, and to the citizens of Sublette County.

We wish Jack all the best and a very relaxing and well-deserved retirement!