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Answering call for 31 years

January 28, 2013

WARREN — Answering calls for the city police department became second nature for Theresa Scirocco during her career in the city’s communication center....

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RetiredDrone

Jan-29-13 7:10 PM

She retired to beat the pension-law change in Ohio. At 52, I fully expect her to be dippin' any day now, lol.

lol bru, you were saying that all along...for a few years now.

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CarolinSebring

Jan-28-13 4:04 PM

That is an aweful thing when its so OBVIOUS that money can go towards someone else's education in English and writing skills. Oh J/K, she actually earned it being loyal to her city ..... perhaps if you had an education your sarcasm wouldn't be so full of ignorance and maybe you'd of been devoted to something for all them years and got rewarded for it. Good God give some credit where it's due and speak like an adult for pete sakes.

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Zenieth

Jan-28-13 2:11 PM

Thirty years as a dispatcher! I say this woman was real "trooper" ! Congratulations on your retirement!

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nmcLone

Jan-28-13 1:18 PM

she be the one tellin us that ho=hos stepping in front of car w they pimpp right there ain;t no 9 11 emergency .part of problem .now we get to pay for her 51 yr ol beHind retiring at full pay .brava brava sistagirl (being full-on saracasm here)

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