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Nolan E. “Bubba” Chancey, Jr. Retired After Serving 20 Years With The Nassau County Sheriff’s Office

Nolan E. “Bubba” Chancey, Jr. retired after serving 20 years with the Nassau County Sheriff’s Office.  Bubba started his career with NCSO in Corrections in 1999 after retiring from the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office in 1998.  After he was promoted to sergeant he was instrumental in assisting in the transition from the old jail facility on SR-200 to the new jail that was built in 2002.  Bubba went back to school to obtain his law enforcement certification and became a patrol deputy and at the time of his retirement he worked in the Civil Unit.  We wish him and his wife Tambria well and thank him for his service to our community.



Sheriff Bill Leeper presents Bubba Chancey a plaque in appreciation for his years of service in law enforcement.

Bubba thanks everyone in attendance at his retirement ceremony.

Bubba, with his wife Tambria by his side, signs off on the radio for the final time.