Promoted and pinned: Police Chief Aaron Noble

Photos by Lee Krohn

After a promotion in 2017 to the position of deputy police chief and several months as the department’s acting chief, Aaron Noble’s move to Shelburne Police Chief was made official last week in a pinning ceremony at Shelburne Museum. The event included a Boy Scout color guard, an oath administered by the town clerk (page 1) and an official pin put in place by Noble’s wife, Gennifer (above). About 100 people attended the Thursday reception including state Sen. Dick Mazza, D-Grand Isle (top left in front), owner of the Dick Mazza General Store on Colchester’s Malletts Bay where Noble worked as a teenager. Also pictured behind Sen. Mazza (top left) are members of the selection committee who helped choose Noble: Samuel Jackson of the Vermont chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and Colchester Police Chief Jennifer Morrison.

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