Sunday, October 23, 2016

Retired US Treasury Special Agent To Share Experiences

On Nov. 3, the Upstate SC Chapter of Sisters in Crime will welcome guest speaker Craig L. Waldon, who served as a U.S. Treasury Special Agent from 1975 until his retirement in 1999. A graduate of Furman University, Craig later took graduate accounting courses at Florida State University to qualify for the Treasury position. His first Federal job was as an IRS Tax Fraud Investigative Aide. After becoming a Treasury Special Agent, he served as a field agent in Ft. Lauderdale and Tampa before becoming the Orlando, Florida, Group Manager. At the close of his employment, he served at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Brunswick, GA, as Chief of Basic Training, and was detailed to the Behavioral Science Division as a Senior Instructor for Basic and Advanced Interviewing  

Since retiring from the Treasury, Craig has kept very busy, joining Furman University’s Development Office. He was Director of Donor Research before retiring again in 2013.  An ROTC program graduate, he also served on active duty from 1971until 1973. Craig continued his military service in the Florida National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve reaching the rank of Major.

The monthly Sisters in Crime meeting is scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 3, at The Runway Café, 21 Airport Rd, Greenville, S.C.  Be there at 6:15 p.m. to meet Craig and enjoy chapter fellowship. Supper should be served at 6:30. Craig’s talk will begin right after new and old business at 7 p.m. Both dinner and the meeting are open to the public. 

In order for the Runway Café to speed service, dinner orders must be emailed by noon the day of the meeting. If you can't dine with us, we would still like to know you plan to attend so we can be sure you have a seat. If possible, please join us for dinner as our dinner orders help to ensure we can book our meeting room for free. To see the special menu for our group, please visit our website —  — and click on the Advance Order Menu tab at right.  Please e-mail your order to Ellis Vidler at

If you place an order and do not attend or fail to cancel by noon, you will be charged for the meal. And like always, we'll enjoy it.

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