Britt, Sealey honored for service

State. Rep. Charles Graham, center, presents the state’s highest civilian award, the Order of the Longleaf Pine, to District Attorney Johnson Britt, left, and Sheriff Kenneth Sealey on Tuesday during a candidates forum sponsored by the Lumberton Area Chamber of Commerce, the Lumberton Rotary Club and the Robeson-Lumberton Kiwanis Club. Britt is retiring after 24 years as the district attorney, and Sealey after 14 years as sheriff. -

State. Rep. Charles Graham, center, presents the state’s highest civilian award, the Order of the Longleaf Pine, to District Attorney Johnson Britt, left, and Sheriff Kenneth Sealey on Tuesday during a candidates forum sponsored by the Lumberton Area Chamber of Commerce, the Lumberton Rotary Club and the Robeson-Lumberton Kiwanis Club. Britt is retiring after 24 years as the district attorney, and Sealey after 14 years as sheriff.

State. Rep. Charles Graham, center, presents the state’s highest civilian award, the Order of the Longleaf Pine, to District Attorney Johnson Britt, left, and Sheriff Kenneth Sealey on Tuesday during a candidates forum sponsored by the Lumberton Area Chamber of Commerce, the Lumberton Rotary Club and the Robeson-Lumberton Kiwanis Club. Britt is retiring after 24 years as the district attorney, and Sealey after 14 years as sheriff.
https://www.robesonian.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/web1_longleaf-pine2018417125320326.jpgState. Rep. Charles Graham, center, presents the state’s highest civilian award, the Order of the Longleaf Pine, to District Attorney Johnson Britt, left, and Sheriff Kenneth Sealey on Tuesday during a candidates forum sponsored by the Lumberton Area Chamber of Commerce, the Lumberton Rotary Club and the Robeson-Lumberton Kiwanis Club. Britt is retiring after 24 years as the district attorney, and Sealey after 14 years as sheriff.