|David A. Rogers, Sr.|
Rogers graduated from Nandua High School in 1993. He joined the U.S. Army and served his tour in Germany before being honorably discharged.
Rogers worked for Bundick Well & Pump for eight years. While there, he also traveled with his mother. He also worked as a driver for Davis Disposal in Painter.
Rogers states he has put a lot of thought into being sheriff. He has watched very closely the affairs of the department and will implement changes.
Rogers said his faith in God is a significant part of his life.
"Strong leaders are those with strong religious convictions and that's what I have," he said.
Rogers stated he wants the citizens to know that the Sheriff's Department belongs to them and that active participation in it will greatly increase the department's success rate.
Rogers wants a deputy assigned to Tangier two weeks a month if housing is located, and a partnership with Eastern Shore Community College for training.
Rogers lives with his wife Kenya and their two children. A third is in college.