Dale Arterburn announced a while back that he is running to be the next Coroner for Greenville County.
After serving both in our armed forces and with Greer Police Department for over 25 years, he believes that he has the necessary experience to lead the Coroner’s Office.
He is a lifelong conservative Republican who will prioritize transparency and efficiency with the tax dollars allocated to the Coroner’s Office, and he will also ensure that the Office is serving the people as effectively and as efficiently as possible.
He knows this campaign will not be easy and expresses his need for Greenville families and friends’ support. But he is confident, with your help, that Greenville County voters will elect a servant leader with the necessary experience to be their next Coroner this coming Tuesday, June 11th. If you have any questions, please reach out to Arterburn, and of course, he requests you to vote Arterburn for Coroner on June 11th. Visit http://www.daleforcoroner.com for more information.
Meet Dale Arterburn
After graduating from Mauldin High School, Dale enlisted with the South Carolina Army National Guard. Upon completing his basic army training at Ft. Jackson, South Carolina and his advanced training in Air Defense Artillery School at Fort Bliss, Texas, Dale began to rise through the ranks to Specialist as a Stinger Missile Firer. He was honorably discharged after fulfilling his 6-year obligation. While enlisted in the Army, he attended college and obtained his associate degree in Public Service majoring in Criminal Justice.
Shortly after graduation, Dale was hired by Greer Police Department where he has been employed for the past 27 years. Dale spent six years in uniform patrol where he trained and supervised many new police officers. Dale also served on both the Honor Guard Team and the Special Response Team (SWAT). For his distinguished service, Dale was promoted to detective.
He has spent the last 21 years investigating violent crimes, which includes all death investigations. He has thousands of hours of advanced training in investigations, interviews and interrogations. Dale has continued to train and supervise newly promoted detectives while still investigating active criminal cases – earning countless awards of distinction along the way. Dale was honored as both the Greer Police Officer of the Year in and the prestigious Crime Stoppers Russ Sorrow Officer of the Year both in 2003.
Dale has been married to his wife, Michelle, for 27 years. They have two children, son Camden (23) and daughter Morgan (15). Dale is a member of Washington Baptist Church in Greer, SC.