Commissioner Theron McCabe
|Member||Local Emergency Planning Committee|
|Member||Nursing Home Advisory Committee|
|Member||Havelock Library Board|
Commissioner McCabe, a native of Craven County, is the son of Rev. Roy and Mrs. Bertha McCabe. He grew up in the Harlowe community and graduated from Havelock High School in 1967. After high school, he moved to New York City where he joined the NYPD as a uniformed officer, and was later promoted to detective, assigned to the Drug Enforcement Administration and Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Divisions.
Following his retirement in 1995, Commissioner McCabe returned to Craven County and became active in the Harlowe community. He was elected to the Board of Commissioners in 2006. His other involvements have included membership in the Harlowe Fire Department, where he served as Chief for three terms and currently serves as Assistant Chief; Harlowe Improvement Association; Firemen's Relief fund Board of Trustees; Craven County Crime Stoppers Board; Craven County Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee.
He attends Piney Grove A.M.E. Zion Church. His vision for Craven County includes improved test scores and lower dropout rates for Craven County students, school construction, recreational outlets for youth, enhanced public safety and emergency services, improved infrastructure, including sewer, drainage, highways and secondary roads.
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