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Hyatt will be grand marshal


Hyatt will be grand marshal
Chief Robert ‘Bobby’ Hyatt


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May 16, 2012
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Retired La Vernia Police Chief Robert “Bobby” Hyatt will be the grand marshal in Saturday’s Bluebonnet Fest Parade in La Vernia.

He grew up in San Antonio. A graduate of Burbank High School, he joined the San Antonio Police Department in 1963. Hyatt retired from the department after 31 years in 1994.

He took the helm of the La Vernia Police Department in August 1994, serving the city until Nov. 30, 2011. His 17 years with La Vernia made him the longest-serving chief in Texas.

Hyatt has been married to his wife, Pat, for 54 years; he has three children and six grandchildren.
 

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