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LCSO staff recognized for work ethic in 2017

 

February 22, 2018

Deputy Kody Baker

Sheriff Wade Magers recognized the 2017 Employee of the Year for the road deputy team after an in-service training and meeting with the patrol division last week. The employee recognized was Deputy Kody Becker.

Deputy Becker is a very hard worker. He is always willing to step up and cover open shifts and his work is top quality 100 percent of the time. He has been with the Sheriff's Office for several years, starting as a Lincoln County Reserve Deputy. Deputy Becker is an outstanding investigator and his co-workers and supervisors continually comment how detailed his reports and investigations are. He leaves no stone unturned and is extremely driven on all of his assigned cases. Great job Deputy Becker!

Sheriff Magers also recognized the 2017 Employees of the Year for the corrections/dispatch team today after an in-service training and meeting with the staff. One of the two employees recognized was Corrections/Dispatch Deputy David Husky.

Deputy David Husky

Deputy Husky is a very hard worker. He is always willing to step up and cover open shifts and his work is top quality. Dave has been with the Sheriff's Office for over 10 years. When he shows up to work, he is prepared, knowledgeable and efficient. Congratulation Deputy Husky and thanks for all you do!

The second of the two employees recognized by Magers was Jail Superintendent Lyle Hendrickson.

Superintendent Hendrickson is a team player, leader and problem solver. He is always willing to go the extra mile for those he supervises, and he is a true teacher and coach, says Magers. He has been with the Sheriff's Office for over 15 years, and he makes our office a better place. He is dedicated to serving the citizens and visitors of Lincoln County.

 

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