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Long-time civil service chief retires from KCSO
Moseley pic
Warren Buddy Moseley (left) accepts a plaque of appreciation from Kershaw County Sheriff Jim Matthews upon his retirement from a 32-year career at the sheriffs office last week. Moseley began his career as a road deputy in 1980 and worked his way up to captain of the Civil Division.
Warren “Buddy” Moseley started working for the Kershaw County Sheriff’s Office (KCSO) in 1980 at the age of 28. After 32 years of service at the KCSO, Moseley retired June 27 from his position as captain of the Civil Division. Moseley became a road deputy after the late Sheriff Hector DeBruhl following stints as a market manager for A&P food store in Camden and a market manager at Bi-Lo grocery chain from the late 1960s to 1980.