Retired FBI agent addresses Rotary Club |

Retired FBI agent addresses Rotary Club

Retired FBI Special Resident Agent Chris Campion spoke at the Rotary Club meeting held at Passeretti’s Restaurant this week.
Photo contributed by David Jinkens |

On July 15, retired FBI Special Resident Agent Chris Campion addressed the Rotary Club of South Lake Tahoe meeting held at Passeretti’s Restaurant. Campion joined the FBI In 1989 and retired in 2014 and was assigned as the resident agent his entire career to the South Shore.

Campion discussed his many years of experience in a variety of cases in Lake Tahoe during the years and his affinity and affection for the South Shore. He has served in special assignments all over the world while calling the South Shore his home.

His insight and first-hand experience and presentation was well received by Rotarians and guests.

The Rotary Club of South Lake Tahoe meets weekly, generally at Harrah’s at noon and hosts interesting programs and activities. Guests and members of the community are invited to attend. For more information, visit

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