Waldorf Parole and Probation office remembers legendary employee

August 10, 2017

Parole and Probation employees from the Waldorf Field Office held a special ceremony to dedicate an interview room to the late Carlton Bell, Sr.

Mr. Bell, a longtime Drinking Driver Program monitor, had just retired when he was murdered earlier this year.

Mr. Bell’s wife Lynn, Deputy Secretary J. Michael Zeigler, Special Assistant Martha Danner, and Parole and Probation Director Joseph Clocker joined agents and staff for the ceremony. Charles County State’s Attorney Anthony Covington and several members of his team were also there.

Parole and Probation’s Assistant Regional Administrator Samantha Barrett and the Waldorf Parole and Probation team put together a memorable and moving program that included giving Mrs. Bell a notebook of personal reflections on the man who was revered in several Southern Maryland and D.C. area offices for his kindness and efforts to help offenders change their lives, as well as for his enthusiastic and caring ways with his coworkers.

3 Responses to Waldorf Parole and Probation office remembers legendary employee

  1. Monica on August 10, 2017 at 8:45 am

    He was such a great man, very eager to help others and get people back on the right path, never passed judgment towards anyone. I was honored to have had the pleasure to work with him in Charles County.

  2. Anonymous on August 10, 2017 at 10:52 am

    Can we get a link the article of the murder? I’m very curious..


  3. Marilyn on August 11, 2017 at 11:16 am

    Mr. Bell can never be replaced. He was the most caring, giving and loving person ever to be employed by DPP. Miss you everyday but think of your kind words to move past my hurdles in life.