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Supervisor Carpenter, Inv. Sgt. Allison's family and local officials in group photo under new Street sign.

December 22nd, 2021 Town of Islip Supervisor Angie Carpenter joined the family of Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office Investigator Sergeant Keith Allison at a street renaming ceremony in honor of the late Sergeant. Inv. Sgt. Allison died December 17th, 2020 from complications due to COVID-19. He was 52.

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A lifelong resident of Brentwood, Inv. Sgt. Allison was a 25-year member of the Suffolk County Sherriff’s Office, serving as Commanding Officer for the Personnel Investigations Bureau. He was the President, Suffolk County Corrections Officers Association and through his leadership and professionalism, was appointed to serve as an instructor at Suffolk Community College, teaching minority and sensitivity classes to every officer in the Sheriff’s Department.

Outside of his career, Inv. Sgt. Keith Allison dedicated his free time to volunteer work, serving as a Trustee and Frist Vice President of the Brentwood School Board. He was a longtime member of the Islip Town branch of the NAACP and Deacon at Faith Alive Ministries. Above all, he took pride in the Brentwood Youth Activities organization, where he ran the basketball program and served as its President.

“Investigator Sergeant Keith Allison succumbed to Covid on this very day last December. It was snowing that day. Today, the sun is shining, and I can’t help but think Keith is looking down on all of us here today, cherishing what’s happening, and praying for his family and the great family that he came to know and love In the County of Suffolk,” said Supervisor Carpenter.

Inv. Sgt. Keith Allison and his wife Brenda met in the ROTC Room at Brentwood High School. They married in 1991, and raised a family of two children in their hometown of Brentwood. They have a daughter Alicea, a son Darius, and a granddaughter Avaleigh.

The street renaming ceremony was attended by Islip Town Councilman John C. Cochrane Jr., Suffolk County Sherriff Errol D. Toulon, Jr., as well as family, friends and colleagues of Investigator Sergeant Keith Allison.

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