MCSO Employees Recognized for Years of Service

Earlier this week 36 Mesa County Sheriff's Office employees were recognized for their years of dedicated public service to Mesa County by the Mesa County Employee's Association and County officials at an appreciation luncheon and the Board of County Commissioner's meeting.  The Mesa County Sheriff's Office's longest-tenure employee, Bernice Stogsdill, Operations Division Administrative Assistant was awarded her 40 years of service plaque.  Deputy Paul Hicks with the Civil Unit was the next to be recognized for his 30 years. 25 years of service included Jeanne Carrol and Linda Cordray from the Records Unit,  Investigator Robin Martin from the Property Crimes Unit, and Sgt. Marco Montez with the School Resource Officers Unit along with, Captain of the Operations Division Todd Sorenson.  Emergency Services Director Andy Martsolf, Jail Deputy Denise Pemberton, and Jail Sgt. Shawna Roundtree have 20 years of service.  26 more employees had 15-year, 10-year, and 5-year milestones.

 Thank you to every one of you for your dedicated, loyal, and excellent service to the Mesa County Sheriff's Office and the Mesa County community.