Employee of the Year ceremony

Employee of the Year

On April 13th, Sheriff Bob Peryam and members of the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office attended a ceremony in Marathon to honor the Sheriff’s Employees of the Year. The ceremony is held each year to honor and commend those employees who went above and beyond their normal duties and performed in an exemplary manner. Those receiving the award this year are: • Law Enforcement Officer of the Year, Detective Mark Coleman. • Corrections Officer of the Year, Sgt. Linda Brooks. • Support Employee of the Year, Juvenile Programs Counselor Nat Whitehouse. • Reserve Deputy of the Year, Rick Luna. • Explorer of the Year, Captain Cindy Zaldivar. Each award winner is given a plaque, a ribbon to wear on his/her uniform, a badge with “Employee of the Year” inscribed on it and a check. This year’s ceremony was sponsored by Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen; her aide, Kim Sovia-Crandon was there to meet with those who won the award. The Employee of the Year ceremony is dedicated each year to

Becky Herrin