VFW hosts law enforcement honors


Gallia County law enforcement look on as the Gallipolis VFW Post 4464 Honor Guard presents the American flag before officers sit down to dinner. The dinner was held in local law enforcement’s honor as one of the post’s annual events. Officers were nominated from individual agencies to receive certificates of appreciation for their service as the VFW’s Officer of the Year. Chris Gruber, of the Gallia Sheriff’s Office, was nominated for his service. Matt Attwood, of the Ohio State Highway Patrol, was nominated for his service. Mark Still, of the Gallipolis Police Department, was nominated for his service.


Gallia County law enforcement look on as the Gallipolis VFW Post 4464 Honor Guard presents the American flag before officers sit down to dinner. The dinner was held in local law enforcement’s honor as one of the post’s annual events. Officers were nominated from individual agencies to receive certificates of appreciation for their service as the VFW’s Officer of the Year. Chris Gruber, of the Gallia Sheriff’s Office, was nominated for his service. Matt Attwood, of the Ohio State Highway Patrol, was nominated for his service. Mark Still, of the Gallipolis Police Department, was nominated for his service.

Gallia County law enforcement look on as the Gallipolis VFW Post 4464 Honor Guard presents the American flag before officers sit down to dinner. The dinner was held in local law enforcement’s honor as one of the post’s annual events. Officers were nominated from individual agencies to receive certificates of appreciation for their service as the VFW’s Officer of the Year. Chris Gruber, of the Gallia Sheriff’s Office, was nominated for his service. Matt Attwood, of the Ohio State Highway Patrol, was nominated for his service. Mark Still, of the Gallipolis Police Department, was nominated for his service.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_DSC_0298.jpgGallia County law enforcement look on as the Gallipolis VFW Post 4464 Honor Guard presents the American flag before officers sit down to dinner. The dinner was held in local law enforcement’s honor as one of the post’s annual events. Officers were nominated from individual agencies to receive certificates of appreciation for their service as the VFW’s Officer of the Year. Chris Gruber, of the Gallia Sheriff’s Office, was nominated for his service. Matt Attwood, of the Ohio State Highway Patrol, was nominated for his service. Mark Still, of the Gallipolis Police Department, was nominated for his service.
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