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In brief: Norman men retire

In brief: A longtime attorney and a veteran police office have retired in Norman
From Staff Reports Published: July 9, 2014



Longtime Norman lawyer retires

Carl McFarland, 72, who practiced in Norman for 42 years, has retired, closing his law office at 220 E Eufaula St. McFarland’s practice was primarily to examine titles to property and give ownership opinions for clients such as banks and abstract companies. Before practicing law, he worked in newspaper circulation in Lawton and Norman. He began practicing law in 1972. Now that he’s retired, McFarland said he plans to travel and to spend more time with his wife, Phyllis, and his children and grandchildren.

Veteran police officer retires

Sgt. Robert Moore has retired from the Norman Police Department after 30 years of service. Moore is best known for developing the popular program “My Body, My Life,” which guides women to be champions of their own safety. He co-wrote the program in 1994 initially for teenage girls in the Norman Public School system. Since then, more than a thousand teenagers have taken the program. The program was expanded to include women in the community. The course teaches girls and women prevention strategies, self-confidence and self-defense. Moore said he will continue to work with the program despite retiring from the department.



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