Dell Spry Promoted to Vice President Emeritus

Dell Spry is an attorney by education a investigator by passion. He has been in law enforcement for over 30 years. In that time he served in the FBI as a Supervisory Special Agent and was lead investigator on some of the most high-profile cases in the country, including the infamous Aldrich AmesCIA Spy case.Through his work in counter-espionage and counter-intelligence he earned the nickname “The Spy Catcher”. Recently, Spry was promoted to Vice President Emeritus of the Chesley Brown International’s investigative Group. As Emeritus status he remains a valued member of the Chesley Brown family and will mentor and advise as well as help solve cases. Spry is highly respected and considered a legend in Law Enforcement.

Who is Dell Spry?

Spry has been with Chesley Brown since 2018 and has played a pivotal role in the growth and success of our investigative group. In his most recent role as Managing Director, Spry was responsible for expanding the company’s investigative group and building our corporate counter-espionage unit. Under his guidance and leadership, Chesley Brown has seen tremendous growth, both in terms of revenue and profitability. He has been instrumental in developing and implementing our investigative process, which has positioned the organization for success for years to come. 

In his retirement, Spry plans to spend more time with his family and continue service in his community. He intends to continue his work with the company, but in a more advisory capacity. He also hopes to use his position to help mentor the next generation of leaders at Chesley Brown. In addition, Spry plans to remain involved in his communityto include speaking about his experiences when asked and teaching when available. He hopes to use his platform to help support causes that are important to him.

Thank you, Dell, for your years of service to the Chesley Brown family, our clients and our country. 

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