Wildlife Officer Marvin J. Albritton

Wildlife Officer Marvin J. Albritton

Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, Florida

End of Watch Thursday, August 18, 1966

Marvin J. Albritton

Wildlife Officer Marvin Albritton was killed when his heart was punctured by a bow hook when a rope broke while he was loading a boat trailer.

Officer Albritton was survived by his wife and two young daughters.

Bio

  • Age 38
  • Tour Not available
  • Badge Not available

Incident Details

  • Cause Accidental

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Today was the first workout for the newly merged BRC and Breakout FWC LEO class 37. As a fitting way to start a new team and comradery, we participated in a memorial workout honoring Officer Marvin “Dickie” Albritton. As officers in training we aspire to lead by example, to put our best self forward, a share our passion for Florida Conservation.

Officer Marvin, “lived and breathed” his job as a wildlife officer and today we remember our fellow officer by working hard to continue his passion.

Class 37 remembers the service and the sacrifice.

Woods, Water, Air, 37’s There!

FWC LE Recruit Class 37
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission LE Recruit

August 18, 2018

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