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Milton Baker Holds Record For Tenure In Ksp

This article first appeared in issue 21, and was written by Joyce Owen Twyman.

Outstanding Fact About Outstanding Adair Countian:

Milton Baker, assigned to the Kentucky State Police Post in London, is the oldest KSP officer in seniority and has served more years than any other sworn officer in KSP history.

The Adair County native is a 1958 graduate of Adair County High School and holds an AA from Lindsey Wilson College and a Bachelor's degree from Campbellsville University.

He joined the Kentucky State Police in 1961 and was assigned to the London Post.

He served in the Kentucky National Guard for six years.

He was married in 1963. He and wife Tonya have one daughter, Bridget Renee.

Baker was promoted to Sergeant in 1973.

Presently he is assigned as administrative supervisor at the post.

His wife is manager of the Circle J Western Wear store in London's Dogpatch Trading Center, located on the southwest corner of the intersection of I-75 and KY 80.

Baker is an avid fisherman.



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