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Oconee County Sheriff Mike Crenshaw, seated left, and Tom Morse, seated right, hold a certificate presented by Honoring Their Service Inc. for their support and participation in the 2014 Honoring Their Service program. Standing from left to right is Corp. Jay Freeman and Lt. Jim Stokes. Morse is co-chairman of the 2014 Honoring Their Service board.
Oconee County Sheriff Mike Crenshaw, seated left, and Tom Morse, seated right, hold a certificate presented by Honoring Their Service Inc. for their support and participation in the 2014 Honoring Their Service program. Standing from left to right is Corp. Jay Freeman and Lt. Jim Stokes. Morse is co-chairman of the 2014 Honoring Their Service board.
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WALHALLA — The Oconee County Sheriff’s Office received a Certificate of Appreciation recently from the board of Honoring Their Service Inc. for their support and participation in the 2014 Honoring Their Service program, which was held in Oconee during the week of June 23.


The Sheriff’s Office participated and assisted in the escort of those service members from Easley to Lake Keowee in Oconee County during a parade that was held on June 23 by ground as deputies drove their vehicle in the parade and by air via the services of Ranger One.


One of the Sheriff’s Office K-9 units also participated to provide security and the Marine Unit helped to patrol the waters of Lake Keowee and checked up periodically on those Marines and Sailors who were water skiing and operating personal watercraft on the waters.


Tom Morse, co-chair of the Honoring Their Service Inc. board for 2014, presented the certificate to Oconee County Sheriff Mike Crenshaw and to Corp. Jay Freeman of the Sheriff’s Office Marine Unit and Lt. Jim Stokes of the Judicial Services division of the Sheriff’s Office and a K-9 officer.


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