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New Gibsonville police chief to start Oct. 1

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GIBSONVILLE, N.C. — Gibsonville has appointed a new police chief who begins on Oct. 1, according to the Greensboro News & Record.

Gibsonville officials said Ron Parrish was selected as police chief on Friday and will replace Mike Woznick, who died of a heart attack in May.

Officials said the 61-year-old Gibsonville resident was one of 37 people who applied for the position.

Parrish is currently a sales consultant and trainer with a firearms company in the Triad, said Ben Baxley, Gibsonville’s town manager.

Baxley said Parrish has 31 years in law enforcement, although this will be his first time as a police chief. Parrish’s annual salary will be $60,000.

Source: The Greensboro News & Record