The winners at the Hays County Sheriff’s Office awards dinner. Seated, left to right, are Betty Lambert and Tim Shaffer. Standing left to right are Kelly Woodard, Jason Cowan, Don Eldridge, Danny Lombardo, Manny De La Rosa, Chad Power, Eric Clark, Dennis Gutierrez and Amy Stacy. Hays County Sheriff’s Office photo.
About 200 people attended the first annual Hays County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO) awards dinner last week in the Sac-n-Pac Room at Bobcat Stadium.
KASE-FM personality “Bama” Brown was the master of ceremonies at the dinner, which was served by 44 Grille.
The following employees awarded for their outstanding service for the HCSO in the last year: Administrative Assistant of the Year went to Betty Lambert, New Deputy of the Year went to Manny De La Rosa, Deputy of the Year went to Danny Lombardo, Detective of the Year went to Kelly Woodard, Law Enforcement Support Person of the Year went to Don Eldridge, Law Enforcement Supervisor of the Year went to Mike Wood, Telecommunicator of the Year went to Chad Power, New Corrections Officer of the Year went to Pat Ortiz, Corrections Officer of the Year went to Eric Clark, Corrections Supervisor of the Year went to Tim Shaffer, and Jail Support Person of the Year went to Jason Cowan.
Hays County Sheriff Tommy Ratliff presented an award to Cheryl Norton of Sac-n-Pac for the company’s continued support of the HCSO.
Also presented at the event were Sheriff’s Commendations to Lieutenant Dennis Gutierrez, Sergeant Terry Carter, Deputies Herman Adair, Jon Craigmile, Juan Villarreal, Ryan Gonzales, and Tate Puryear, and Corrections Officer Julie Schneider.
Life Saving Bars were presented to Lieutenants Dennis Gutierrez and Mark Cumberland, Sergeant Sam Stock and Deputy Amy Stacy, and the Medal of Valor was awarded to Lieutenants Mark Cumberland and Dennis Gutierrez.Email | Print