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Home  |  News  |  Sheriff Leon Lott is excited to announce that Deputy Mark Ryan’s Cancer is in Remission, and he is back on Patrol

Sheriff Leon Lott is excited to announce that Deputy Mark Ryan’s Cancer is in Remission, and he is back on Patrol
Wednesday, October 12, 2011

RICHLAND COUNTY, SC - Deputy Mark Ryan, a single father of 3 lovely daughters was recently diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer -- So many in the community and Sheriff’s Department stepped up to support Mark and his daughters during this tough battle. Sheriff Leon Lott is excited to announce that Mark is back on patrol.

Sheriff Leon Lott states that during Deputy Mark Ryan’s fight against cancer all he talked about was his family at home and at the Department and that he would return to patrol work very soon. Sheriff Leon Lott is proud to announce that Mark has done just that and last week Mark returned to patrolling the streets of Richland County.

Sheriff Leon Lott added that not only did Mark fight against all odds to return to work but he is an inspiration to us all. Sheriff Leon Lott is extremely proud of Mark but also of the community and Department for rallying around Mark and his family. The Sheriff states that our personnel are the most compassionate and professional any where in the world.

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