Title: Special Investigator
Company: Alabama Licensing Board for General Contractors
Location: Goodwater, Alabama, United States
Edd Mascari, Special Investigator at Alabama Licensing Board for General Contractors, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in security and compliance administration.
Prior to beginning his career in security and investigations, Mr. Mascari served his country honorably in the United States Air Force from 1979 to 1986, excelling for two years in ground communications at Barksdale Air Force Base before attaining the opportunity to step up to direct presidential support as a crew member on the National Emergency Airborne Command Post at Offutt AFB. Mr. Mascari then provided superior service as a tech support specialist with Russell Corporation from 1986 to 1989. He pursued coursework in communications at Community College of the Air Force in 1986 and later the Alabama Criminal Justice Training Center in Selma in 1990.
Mr. Mascari flourished with the Alexander City, Alabama police department from 1989 to 2001, attaining the rank of lieutenant and garnering a Police Officer of the Year award in 1994. He subsequently served as a revenue officer in Alexander City from 2001 to 2005 before becoming a special investigator for Alabama Licensing Board for General Contractors based in Montgomery, Alabama in 2005, in which capacity he conducts compliance visits in accordance with Title 34, Chapter 8 of the Code of Alabama, also known as the “general contractor’s license law.” In addition, Mr. Mascari made an impact as a reserve deputy with the Tallapoosa County Sheriff’s Office in Dadeville from 2001 to 2008 and a chief reserve deputy with the Coosa County Sheriff’s Office from 2008 to the present. Mr. Mascari is Drug Abuse Resistance Education (DARE) and Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT) certified and accrued a certification from the Alabama Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission.
Mr. Mascari believes that his success has been the result of the strong support system provided by his family as well as the mentors he has had throughout the years. They all helped instill positive attributes in him that shaped the way he works and treats every person. As a career highlight, Mr. Mascari cites providing direct presidential support for President Ronald Reagan as a crew member on National Emergency Airborne Command Post and felt blessed to have been selected and obtain the clearance levels required for the role. Working directly for 10 years with schools to teach the DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) Program was the best part of Mr. Mascari’s job as a lieutenant with the Alexander City Police Department. He taught the program to children, including high school students, some of whom became law enforcement officers themselves because of his positive influence.
Now in his sixties, Mr. Mascari is considering retirement. He still has his county deputy sheriff’s uniform, and he can keep his academy up to date while being a contributing member in his community, but he will be narrowing his focus from 25 counties to one.
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