SCSO personnel recognized at banquet


The Spalding County Sheriff’s Office on Saturday held an awards banquet during which employees were recognized for outstanding service.

The banquet, which was held at the Kiwanis Event Center, honored both sworn and civilian employees including:

Deputy of the Year (Enforcement) Captain John Corley

Deputy of the Year (Detention) Sergeant Phillip Ramsammy

Civilian Employee of the Year Mrs. Julie Shorb

Rookie of the Year (Enforcement) Deputy Maurice Gray

Rookie of the Year (Detention) Deputy Adrian Deane

Several deputies also were presented commendations by Sheriff Dix, including Deputy Amy Hingsonm who received the Purple Heart; Deputy David Porter, who received the Life Saving and Meritorious Conduct commendations; and Deputy Bryan Head and Investigator Andrew Degler, who each received the Life Saving commendation.

“The banquet was held for the employees and their families to say thank you for all that they do to make Spalding County better. This year’s banquet included awards for Deputies of the year from enforcement and detention, civilian employee of the year, and rookies of the year from enforcement and detention,” said Sheriff Darrell Dix. “The recipients were chosen for these recognitions by their peers which makes them even more meaningful. We have a great group of folks who work at the Spalding County Sheriff’s Office and I can’t thank them enough. I’m proud of all our employees and the work they do every day.”

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