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John "Jack" Sheperson may have preferred to stay out of the limelight, but he was still working throughout his life for his community, according to his friends. "John was very unique," Gene Lanham said. "He liked to stay behind the scenes." Sheperson's work included serving as a Kentucky State Trooper and Lebanon police chief, helping start the Marion County Rescue Squad, organizing the Gravel Switch Fire Department and leading the effort to build the Gravel Switch Community Center.
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