Steve Reed, who’s retiring Jan. 2 as Arden Fair’s security chief, keeps a watchful eye while walking the mall earlier this month. He’s a Vietnam War veteran with a diverse background, teaching English and history to junior-high kids in the San Juan school district, then becoming a Sacramento police officer for 18 years. Now he’s finishing up 15 years at Arden Fair mall.
Steve Reed, who’s retiring Jan. 2 as Arden Fair’s security chief, keeps a watchful eye while walking the mall earlier this month. He’s a Vietnam War veteran with a diverse background, teaching English and history to junior-high kids in the San Juan school district, then becoming a Sacramento police officer for 18 years. Now he’s finishing up 15 years at Arden Fair mall. Lezlie Sterling The Sacramento Bee
Steve Reed, who’s retiring Jan. 2 as Arden Fair’s security chief, keeps a watchful eye while walking the mall earlier this month. He’s a Vietnam War veteran with a diverse background, teaching English and history to junior-high kids in the San Juan school district, then becoming a Sacramento police officer for 18 years. Now he’s finishing up 15 years at Arden Fair mall. Lezlie Sterling The Sacramento Bee

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