The superintendent of the Missouri Highway Patrol has announced his retirement. Colonel Roger Stottlemyre will wrap a 32-year career with the patrol on September first. He’s going to work for the state Gaming Commission. Stottlemyre is a native of Unionville in Northern Missouri. He became superintendent in June of 2001.His resignation comes quickly on the heels of another retirement announcement. His second in command, Lieutenant William Seibert, is going to the Probation and Parole Board.