(Cuyahoga County) - The longest serving leader of the Cleveland office of the FBI is retiring.
Steve Anthony is closing out his 31 year career with the Bureau this month, upon reaching the mandatory retirement age, but plans to remain in the area.
The 56 year old Anthony is a Northeast Ohio native, residing in Lakewood, and has been the Agent-in-Charge of the Cleveland office for over 7 years.
Anthony began his stint with the FBI in 1988, in Memphis, Tennessee. In 2011, he was appointed to the Cleveland position by former FBI Director Robert Meuller.
Anthony replaced former Agent-in-charge Frank Figluizzi who left to join General Electric, and now serves as a National Security Contributor for NBC News.
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