It’s been widely observed that by the time a chief executive officer leaves office, he will almost — if not completely — be gray. The theory is that the demands and pressures of leading a large organization can age even the most stalwart of figures.
In the case of Charlotte County Administrator Ray Sandrock, who sits at the head of a 1,000-member government organization that has been in the throes of economic depression and change, gray hair was never an issue. He was completely gray when he took over the duties of Charlotte County administration.
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