Richard Lomax of Sacramento has worked and volunteered at the California Highway Patrol Academy since 1966.
Richard Lomax of Sacramento has worked and volunteered at the California Highway Patrol Academy since 1966. Adam Ashton aashton@sacbee.com
Richard Lomax of Sacramento has worked and volunteered at the California Highway Patrol Academy since 1966. Adam Ashton aashton@sacbee.com

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After 50 years in CHP cafeteria, longtime cook still gets a thrill from coming to work

October 20, 2016 07:00 AM

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