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Willie Ann Chirillo

"Live Life To The Fullest"

From working with juvenile youth and working as a dispatch of the Police department to becoming a fulltime police officer and serving the people of Daytona Beach, Willie Ann Chirillo has a heart to serve and support the betterment of others. In anything that she’s doing like riding motorcycles or spending time with family, she continues to live life to the fullest.

Born January 27, 1961, Willie Ann Chirillo was born and raised in Daytona Beach. She grew up and 1978 she graduated from Mainland High School before starting her career. Committing to hard work, she found a job at the Department of Juvenile Justice as a Detention Officer. Within the timespan of three months, she maintained order, ensured, and protected the welling being of the detained youth, and directed the activities of other staff personnel. Wrapping up her time with the Juvenile Justice Department, she moved on to the Daytona Beach Police Department in the positions of a dispatch, PBX operator, and subpoena processer.

Being lifted to the next level, Mrs. Chirillo in 2008 began her career as a fulltime police officer, where she works currently. Throughout her time as a police officer, she’s been honored with many service awards, one of which being a Proclamation from the mayor of Daytona recognizing the apprehension of an armed suspect. Yet, when not on the job, she completes her duties as president of the “Hot Throttle Divas”, an all-female, African American Motorcycle Club. She is also happily married with four children, seven grandchildren, and one great grandchild.

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