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Brian Shea

Brian Christopher Shea has spent most of his adult life in service to his country and local community. He honorably served as an officer in the US Navy. In his civilian life, he reached the rank of detective and accrued ten years of law enforcement experience between Texas and Connecticut. He also spent five years as a fifth-grade school teacher.
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