Drug Free Clubs of America

Tom Burgoyne - Board of Directors

  Tom BurgoyneTom Burgoyne is a thirty-three year veteran of the Federal Bureau of Investigation whose investigative pursuits concentrated on organized crime and narcotics investigations. He served twenty-seven years in the Wheeling, WV Resident Agency where he served as the Senior Resident Agent and retired from the Boston, MA office of the FBI in 1996 where he served on the Colombian Drug Squad. He also was named the Law Enforcement Officer of the Year in West Virginia on two separate occasions by the WV Trial Lawyers Association. He also served as the FBI liaison from a drug and gambling standpoint with the professional sports teams in Boston, namely the Boston Red Sox, Boston Celtics and Boston Bruins.

Upon retiring from the FBI, Burgoyne was appointed by the National Institute of Justice as the Deputy Director of the Office of Law Enforcement Technology Commercialization located at Wheeling Jesuit University. He was subsequently elected the Sheriff of Ohio County in 2000 and served in that capacity until 2008 when he stepped down due to the term limits of the office. He has served on numerous Boards in West Virginia dealing with societal problems and is most notably a member of the West Virginia Supreme Court’s Judicial Investigative Commission.

Burgoyne stated that he first became involved with Drug Free Clubs of America upon believing the impact which this concept could make on our youth.  After investigating hundreds of narcotics cases as the FBI’s Drug Task Force Coordinator in the northern West Virginia area and retiring as a member of the FBI’s Colombian Drug Squad in Boston, MA, he realized that our nation’s drug battle must be waged at an early age as far as the drug users are concerned.  He believes Drug Free Clubs of America is indeed a “hands on” catalyst that can make a difference where many other initiatives have failed the test.  “Let’s provide a venue where we can reward youngsters and “pat them on the back” for standing up and doing the right thing – staying away from drugs and be proud of it.”

Burgoyne is married to the former Kathy Oliver of Wheeling and the couple have three children and eight grandchildren.

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