Dwayne F. Isringhausen will assume the captain's job at Troop G of the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

A 31-year veteran of the Missouri State Highway Patrol has been promoted to the rank of captain and designated commanding officer of Troop G.

Lt. Dwayne F. Isringhausen will replace Capt. Billy E. Chadwick, who announced his retirement last week from the patrol.

Isringhausen was appointed to the patrol on Jan. 15, 1979, as a member of the 49th recruit class. Isringhausen was assigned to Troop A, Zone 12, in Ray County and five years later, he transferred to Troop D, Zone 9, Dade County. Isringhausen was promoted to corporal in December 1990, and designated assistant zone supervisor of Troop D, Zone 9. He transferred to the Division of Drug and Crime Control in 1991 and was promoted to sergeant in January 1996.

In October 1999, Isringhausen was promoted to lieutenant and assigned to Troop G, Willow Springs.

Isringhausen was born in Staunton, Ill., and graduated from Edwardsville

Senior High School in 1974. He earned a bachelor’s degree in religion from Southwest Baptist College, in Bolivar. Isringhausen and his wife, Sharon, have four children: Bradley Isringhausen, Mark Isringhausen, MSHP trooper Seth D. Isringhausen (Troop D) and Tara Thomas.



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