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Three Wicomico County Officers Honored

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WICOMICO CO, Md. - The Wicomico County Sheriff's office honored a few good men and a lady.  At Tuesday's Wicomico County Council meeting, Deputy First Class Tom Funk, Deputy First Class Chip Oakley, and Sergeant Jessica Hill were presented with awards by Wicomico County Sheriff Mike Lewis for their dedication and hard work.

 

 

"It's always important to recognize hard work and commitment of the men and women of the Wicomico county sheriff's office.  We have a dedicated bunch of men and women who work every single day and they strive for excellence," said Sheriff Lewis.

Chip Oakley who was chosen as the nation's top recipient of the National Sheriff's Association - Court Security Agent/Professional of the Year Award.  He received an all-expenses paid trip to Charlotte North Carolina where he will receive his award at the National Sheriff's Association Annual Conference.     

 

Sgt. Jessica Hill was awarded the NSA Medal of Merit for her work in suppressing gangs in schools, and Deputy First Class Thomas Funk was received the NSA Medal of Valor and the Purple Heart after he suffered a gunshot wound while trying to apprehend  Tayvon Dobson last year.



 

 

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