December 09, 2013 | Updated: January 29, 2019

By Ramonica Jones

L to R, front row: Councilman Larry Nixon, Mayor Joel Williams III, Mary Beth and Darrell Fant, Councilman Will Beecherl and Councilman Andrew Barr
L to R, second row: Sgt. Lance Koppa, Councilman Stephen Rogers and Councilman Bob Carter

The Highland Park City Council recognized retired chief Darrell Fant for his recent selection for the Texas Law Enforcement Torch Run Hall of Fame. Chief Fant has been an active member of the Texas LETR since it's inception in 1985 and was instrumental in organizing the Highland Park Breakfast in Blue and other activities. Congratulations, Chief Fant, and than you for supporting Special Olympics Texas!

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