Pendleton Master Trooper Retires After 30 Years of Service
Pendleton, Indiana – Pendleton Master Trooper Guy “Fred” Shock retired today after serving the State of Indiana for over 30 years as an Indiana State Trooper. Shock started his career in August of 1981 when he was assigned to the Toll Road District after graduating from the Indiana State Police Academy.
Later he transferred to the Connersville District, then the Pendleton District, working most of his career as a trooper in Henry and Hancock Counties. In addition to his career with the Indiana State Police, Shock also had a second career with the Indiana National Guard. He also retired from the Guard after thirty years of service, where he served one tour in Iraq.
Source: Indiana State Police