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Deputy Travis Ward, left, is awarded the Deputy of the Year Award by Sheriff Michael Howell. Photo submitted
Sheriff Michael Howell presents Lt. Charles “Chuck” Ebert, left, with the 2021 Employee of the Year Award. Photo submitted
All four SWAT certified members are pictured with Sheriff Michael Howell. From left are Chief Deputy George Long, Cpl. Bradgel Moon, Deputy Travis Ward, Deputy William Bradberry, and Howell. Photo submitted
Special to the News
On December 16, Sheriff Michael Howell hosted the annual Coosa County Sheriff’s Office Christmas Meeting/Dinner.
During this event Lt. Chuck Ebert was awarded the Employee of the Year Award. Deputy Travis Ward was awarded the Deputy of the Year Award.
Deputy William Bradberry and Deputy Travis Ward were pinned with their SWAT trident. The Coosa County Jail Ministry Team, as well as Chaplain Jeff Fuller, were presented with Certificates of Appreciation.
All Coosa County reserve deputies were honored for their willingness to serve the residents of Coosa County.
Retired reserve deputies were honored with their years of service. Joe Camp – 48 years of service, Blake Kelley – 12 years of service, Jonathan Rogers – 7 years of service, Craig Thornton – 12 years of service, and Bill Embry – 5 years of service were all honored because of their many years of service to the Coosa County Reserve Unit.
Sheriff Howell stated, “This year has been a very successful year. I appreciate all the hard work from all the Coosa County reserves, Jail Ministry Team and Coosa County Sheriff’s Office staff. This has definitely been a group effort made by all employees to make this year a successful year. I look forward to the continued progress of the Coosa County Sheriff’s Office.”