SAN ANGELO, Texas — The Tom Green County Sheriff's Office honored its new hires and recently promoted officers in a formal ceremony held this morning, highlighting a commitment to service and leadership within the community.
District Judge Carmen Dusek delivered an uplifting address during the event, emphasizing the values of leadership, service, and responsibility to the public.
Among those recognized for their promotions were:
- Corrections Major Beth Mull
- Patrol Sergeant Chase Webster
- Investigator Sergeant Rachelle Farmer
- Courthouse Security Sergeant David Skelton
- Patrol Corporal Manuel Zavala
- Corrections Lieutenant Ashley Lozano
- Corrections Sergeant Thomas Woods
- Corrections Corporal Austin Woods
- Courthouse Security Deputy Renea Gearheart
- Clerk II Ruth Compton
- Assistant Crisis Intervention Unit Coordinator Christina Lujan
Watch video below from the ceremony and a gallery of photos at the end of this article:
Sheriff's Office officials praised these individuals for their dedication and commitment to maintaining the safety and well-being of San Angelo and Tom Green County residents.
"These individuals work tirelessly day in and day out, contributing to making San Angelo and Tom Green County an outstanding place to live," stated a Sheriff's Office spokesperson, acknowledging the diligence and effort of the recognized employees.
The ceremony not only marked a moment of celebration for these individuals but also underscored the Sheriff's Office's ongoing commitment to fostering a dedicated team focused on ensuring the community's safety and security.