News Release, St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office
Several men and women of the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office were recognized for excellence and outstanding service for the final quarter of 2018. “These awards to me are about leadership,” Sheriff Tim Cameron told the recipients on Wednesday. And these employees went above and beyond in what is expected of them in their daily duties and responsibilities, he said.
Deputy of the Quarter: Sgt. Cory Ellis
Correctional Officer of the Quarter: DFC Alexander Tasciotti
Meritorious Service: Lt. Kenneth Cusic, Cpl. Angela Delozier and Rhonda Wathen
Lifesaving: Trooper Michael Posch, DFC Lacey Smith and DFC Gerard Muschette
Commendation: Cpl. Angela Delozier, CO Zachary Jerew, Deputy Phillip Henry, Deputy Richard Forbes and Deputy Benjamin Raley
Sheriff’s Salute: Sgt. Shawn Moses, Sgt. Michael Boyer, Cpl. William Ray, Cpl. Dale Reppel, Cpl. Timothy Snyder, Cpl. Jason Graves, Cpl. Glen Knott, Cpl. Vincent Pontorno, Cpl. Rozier Steinbach, CO David Sewell, Deputy Matthew Beyer, Deputy Tyler Payne, Deputy Courtney Edwards, Frances Gunn, Glenda Thompson, Lotti Bell, Stephanie Bates, Anna Allison and Maria Neme
Team Award: Lt. Douglas Mills, Sgt. Mark Porter, Sgt. William Raddatz, Cpl. Patrick Handy, Cpl. Ronald Maloy, Cpl. Elizabeth O’Connor, Cpl. Shaun Carberry, Cpl. James Stone, Cpl. Scott Ruest, Cpl. Glen Knott, Cpl. Austin Schultz, Cpl. Sheena Tirpak, DFC John Davis, DFC Carl Ball, Deputy David Lawrence, Deputy Shawn Shelko, Deputy Tyler Westphal and Deputy John Fenwick
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