Honoring the late Al Craven

Craven Honored at CCLEO Association Meeting

A longtime officer with the Siler City Police Department

CN+R Staff Report
Posted 1/10/19

The late Al Craven, a longtime law enforcement officer with the Siler City Police Department, was honored the Chatham County Law Enforcement Officer’s Association on Jan. 3

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Honoring the late Al Craven

Craven Honored at CCLEO Association Meeting

A longtime officer with the Siler City Police Department

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The late Al Craven, a longtime law enforcement officer with the Siler City Police Department, was honored the Chatham County Law Enforcement Officer’s Association on Jan. 3 when the group presented a plaque to Alice Craven in memory of her husband’s service.

Siler City Mayor John Grimes read the plaque to Alice and her family members during the ceremony.

It read: “In Memory of Major Alphonso Craven, Jr. for his more than 40 Years of Service and Leadership with Honor and Distinction to the Chatham County Law Enforcement Officer’s Association.”

Also, as a tribute to Craven; the Association’s President, Mike Koszulinski, dedicated a “Memory Wall” inside its building, on Rives Chapel Church Road.

The wall -- painted white with a blue line through it – sports an identical plaque in honor of Craven as the inaugural plaque on the wall.

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