Terry Lynn Cheek – Chief Financial Officer

Terry Lynn Cheek started her U. S. Secret Service career in 1975 and retired in 2012 with 38 years of service. She began as a clerk typist and progressed through the ranks working in various Divisions and Field Offices. She became the Budget Coordinator for what used to be known as the White House Garage. She managed the Division's budget of over 25 million dollars before retiring in July 2012.

During her career, she was known as the "go to person" when difficult assignments were needed, including typing all the investigative reports connected with the attempted assassination of President Reagan. She was also responsible for analyzing and entering tens of thousands of pieces of evidence in a major counterfeiting and serial killer investigation into a specially designed database. This evidence led to numerous prosecutions and convictions across the country. In order to meet legal deadlines Terry worked 12 hour days and weekends for over a year and a half. She was selected to travel internationally in support of U. S. Secret Service protectees. She received numerous awards for her achievements throughout her career. Terry Lynn held a Top Secret Clearance for her entire 38 years of federal government service.

 

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In Memoriam

  • Sergeant John Ashley

    Technical Consultant, Law Enforcement Projects and Specialty Vehicles

    John was a career member of the Metropolitan Police Department, Washington, DC. He was a patrol Sergeant who served in patrol, vice and detectives. John was an Emergency Medical Technician, a member of the National Drug Enforcement Officers Organization, and a member of the National Tactical Officers Association.

    John died tragically on

    May 30, 2004

    in response to a call for service

    He will remain on this webpage in memoriam.