MASTER TROOPER (Ret.) RANDALL “RANDY” M. PIEPER RECOGNIZED FOR EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE IN LAW ENFORCEMENT
The National Society Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) through State and local Chapters recognizes outstanding Public Service and Heroism by our First Responders. This is done by honoring the men and women in the public service sectors of Law Enforcement, Fire Safety, and Emergency Medical Services for their contributions to the community and for heroic acts. It is my pleasure to be here this afternoon to recognize one of these individuals.
Master Trooper (Ret.), Randall “Randy” M. Pieper was recognized during the 248th Commemoration of the Loudoun Resolves event by the Sergeant Major John Champe Chapter, Virginia Society, Sons of the American Revolution at the Loudoun County Courthouse Grounds on Saturday June 18, 2022. Master Trooper (Ret.), Pieper was awarded the Law Enforcement Commendation and Medal for his years of exceptional service.
Rhett Wade, Chairman of the Public Service Committee of the Sergeant Major John Champe Chapter read the citation along with the Chapter’s President Kenneth Bonner presenting the award. The Citation for Master Trooper (Ret.) Pieper reads;
Master Trooper (Ret.), Randall “Randy” M. Pieper has served this nation and the Commonwealth of Virginia with distinction in the field of Law Enforcement for over forty years. After obtaining a degree in Criminal Justice he began his career in Law Enforcement serving as Military Police with the D.C Army National Guard after which he joined the Virginia State Police and served for thirty-six years rising to the rank of Master Trooper. During his extensive law enforcement career, which began in 1977, he has served in many capacities, to include Highway/Road Patrol, Tactical Team, Field Training Officer, and as an Instructor. While assigned with the Virginia State Police Tactical Team, Master Trooper (Ret.) Pieper has trained with the U.S. Navy Seals, FBI, and a number of other Agencies and is certified in the areas of hostage rescue, observer/sniper, search and rescue, and as an armored personnel carrier driver. His assignments included the protection and security of high valued facilities after the 9/11 attack, worked the VA/DC sniper case, and participated in numerous drug raids, hostage situations, and assisted riot teams. Throughout his career Master Trooper (Ret.) Randall “Randy” M. Pieper was a stellar role model and mentor to new recruits as well as his counterparts and was dedicated to the safety and wellbeing of the citizens of this Nation and the Commonwealth of Virginia. It is with great pleasure and honor that the Sergeant Major John Champe Chapter of the Virginia Society, Sons of The American Revolution, presents Master Trooper (Ret.) Randall “Randy” M. Pieper, for his years of service with distinction and devotion, the Law Enforcement Commendation and Medal.
Master Trooper (Ret.), Randall “Randy” M. Pieper received the commendation and medal along with his wife, Anne Nelson-Pieper. The Sergeant Major John Champe Chapter of the Virginia Sons of the American Revolution congratulates Master Trooper (Ret.) Pieper on the award of this commendation and medal for over forty years of exceptional service, dedication, and acc
Pictured from left to right: : Rhett Wade, Chairman, SMJC Chapter Public Service Committee, Anne Nelson-Pieper, , Master Trooper (Ret.) Pieper, and SMJC Chapter President Kenneth Bonner.