Title: Retired Police Detective
Company: Prince William County Police Department
Location: Stafford, Virginia, United States
Charles (Chuck) A. Feldbush, Sr., Retired Police Detective at Prince William County Police Department, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in law enforcement.
Mr. Feldbush was inspired to spearhead a career in law enforcement after watching the television show “Adam-12,” which portrayed officers helping and protecting people of the community. From this introduction to the field, he went on to excel in a 30-year career as a police detective with the Prince William County Police Department in Virginia. Now settled into his retirement, Mr. Feldbush spent the entirety of his career trying to assist members and victims of the community that needed law enforcement help through no fault of their own. He commenced the job with that thought in mind and finished the job three decades later with the very same determination. He cites it is what made him a better man.
Looking back on his illustrious career, Mr. Feldbush is particularly honored to have been the recipient of an Award of Merit, as well as numerous plaques and badges. In addition, he believes his most notable achievement was ending an unpredictable career uninjured and well. Alongside his primary role, Mr. Feldbush is a past president of the Local American Legion Post 290 and a past member of the East Coast Gang Association. He is also a former Boy Scout and coached Little League for a number of years. In the coming years, he hopes to continue enjoying a well-deserved retirement and living by the motto, “Just tell the truth.” Mr. Feldbush and his wife Regina have four children, Charlie, Timothy, Katey and Benjamin.
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