|Awards, accolades and honors around the state
Lubbock County awards
On Nov. 12, 2019, Sheriff Kelly Rowe promoted Deputy Jerry Ontiveros to Corporal in the Courts Division. Cpl. Ontiveros started his career with the Sheriff's Office in 2005, as a jailer. In 2014, Corporal Ontiveros transferred to the Court Division; he is a shining example of a servant and a great representative of our office.
Sheriff Rowe also promoted Deputy John Groneman to Corporal in the Patrol Division. Cpl. Groneman has been with the agency since 2016 and is a member of the SWAT Team. The photo on the left features (left to right) Cpl. Ontiveros, Sheriff Rowe and Cpl. Groneman.
Deputy Constantino Galvez and Deputy Tex Recter were recognized for Employee of the Month for November 2019. Lt. Anthony Castillo was recognized as Employee of the Month for December 2019. Their dedication and work ethic has made them an integral part of the Sheriff's Office. The photo on the right includes (left to right), Lt. Castillo, Deputy Galvez, Deputy Recter and Sheriff Rowe.
Galveston County promotions
Galveston County Sheriff Henry Trochesset recently announce the following promotions:
Standing (left to right): Major W. M. Settegast, Cpl. R. McCullor, Inv. M. Villarreal, Sheriff Trochesset, Sgt. J. Moran and Capt. J. R. Nolen. Sitting (left to right): Sgt. A. Mejia, Sgt. V. Tobar, Lt. K. Freeman, Sgt. Y. Moore and Inv. A. Hall.
Atascosa County employees receive service pins
Atascosa County Sheriff David Soward presented Atascosa County Sergeant Deputy Paul Schneider (left picture) with his 20-year service pin. Sheriff Soward also presented Atascosa County Jailer Jose Mendoza (right picture) with his 10-year service pin.
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