Pictured from Left to Right: Charlie Beshears, Dennis Mayfield, Tena Werley, Larry Wilson, Steve Trice, Donald Carroll
Kneeling: Karol Welch and Christopher Toney
Tena Werley, received a 15 year service pin for her service to the Hopkins County Court Clerk; Dennis Mayfield received a 15 year service pin for Hopkins County Coroner; Larry Wilson received a 10 year service pin for Hopkins County Magistrate; and Steve Trice received a 10 year service pin for his service with the Hopkins County Public Works office.
Judge Executive Donnie Carroll presented Sam Denny with a ten year service award for his service at the Hopkins County Jail.
Judge Executive Donnie Carroll presented Jessica Watts with a five year service award for her service at the Hopkins County Clerk's Office.
Judge Executive Donnnie Carroll presented Tiffany Jones with a five year service award for her service at the Hopkins County Sheriff's Department.
You can add your storm shelter to the Hopkins County Storm Shelter Registry! The Hopkins County Storm Shelter Registry is a voluntary program initiated by the First Responder Advisory Board and Hopkins County Fiscal Court Public Safety Committee. The purpose of the registry is to provide a database of storm shelter locations in Hopkins County to assist emergency responders in providing aid to victims in the event of a weather‐related emergency. This registry will be used to map all storm shelter locations.
Judge Executive Donald Carroll presented a 20 year service award to Kenny Bourland who is the Assistant Road Foreman for the Hopkins County Road Department.
Judge Executive Donald Carroll presented a 5 year service award to Jarrett Backhurst who works for the Hopkins County Jail.